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Archive for 2015

  • Bridging the Gap

    5th June 2015
    Bridging the Gap is a work based traineeship that supports young people with learning disabilities into employment.  Working in partnership with MMU and New Bridge School Oldham students from Melland High gain employability...More
  • ‘Heels for Hearts’ Campaign

    2nd June 2015
    Melland and Cedar Mount Students Provide Heels 4 Hearts Students and staff from Melland High School and Cedar Mount Academy have taken part in Good Morning Britain’s ‘Heels 4 Hearts’ campaign, as part of a national...More
  • Living Egg Project

    20th May 2015
    We were all very excited to be receiving some hens eggs, but we were not going to eat them! Our delivery on the first Monday morning after the Easter holidays was an incubator, a brooder box, chick food, dish, water...More
  • Challenge Partners

    19th May 2015
    Challenge Partners confirm 'Media and Technology' as area of excellence at Melland High School.   Click here to read full...More
  • Kids in America

    18th May 2015
    Tutor Group 6 KS3 mixed ability had the opportunity to spend the spring term in the media studio on Thursday afternoons. The theme was “America” working on objectives set by the Humanities department. The students...More
  • Improving Reading Skills

    7th May 2015
    The C group has been working extremely hard this academic year to develop their literacy skills. Every week the students practise their reading with a member of staff, use computer reading software, work on their ASDAN...More
  • Fit Families Day

    1st May 2015
    Our first 'Fit Families' event took place on 30th April 2015 and was incredibly successful. The aim of the event was to engage our parents/carers and pupils in a fun and interactive way, enabling them to gain knowledge in...More
  • Melland students take part in ‘British Science Week’

    24th March 2015 | Melland High School
    On Wednesday 18th March, the H and O groups went to the University of Manchester as part of British Science Week 2015. The students attended a science fair, visiting approximately 20 different STEM stands, a workshop led by...More
  • Judaism

    24th March 2015 | Melland High School
    Religious Education is concerned with the deep meaning that individuals and groups make of their experiences and how this helps them give purpose to their lives. It offers opportunities for personal reflection and spiritual...More
  • Judith O’Kane OBE

    11th February 2015 | Melland High School
    Independent report now published – Carter Review of Initial Teacher Training Judith O’Kane OBE, BFET Director of Education, (second from right) has been an expert adviser and member of the Carter Review Team (Sir...More