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Archive for 2016

  • Anti-Bullying Awareness

    12th December 2016
    You may have seen some of the Anti-Bullying campaign on the TV or on buses and billboards. 4.O. group have used their English lessons to focus on what bullying is and how it can affect people. They watched some scenarios and...More
  • MHS Students Visit Award Winning Constructor

    12th December 2016
      Last week sixth form students made a great impression when touring the heritage renovations of Murrays' Mills, Ancoats, Manchester. Students met with Louise Seddon and Joe Jones of Graham Construction.   The...More
  • Sensory Update

    24th November 2016
    In our school, we love to be able to use a wide range of strategies to help all our students to develop throughout their school career. As you can imagine, our resources are well used. We often replace smaller items...More
  • Melland Sports Update

    24th November 2016
    Students from Melland High school have again, had a most fabulous start to the school year in PE. The new year 7 cohort are enjoying the variety of sports and opportunities on offer to them such as swimming, cycling,...More
  • Macbeth Performance at The Contact Theatre

    11th November 2016
    The whole country have been celebrating 400 years of thrilling plays by Shakespeare this month and Melland High School joined other BFET school’s performing a medley of Shakespeare in a professional theatre; The Contact in...More
  • Sacred Heart Community Allotment

    11th November 2016
    During this term the V Group have been helping to create a community allotment at Sacred Heart Community Café. Through weekly visits they have been weeding, planting caring for plants whilst also ensuring the area is tidy...More
  • National World Egg Day

    17th October 2016
    As part of National World Egg day 2016 6th form took part in an egg-citing week of activities. As well as following the journey of an egg from farm to consumer, we also learnt about battery chickens and why it is...More
  • Shakespeare Workshop at the Contact Theatre

    30th September 2016
    It has been a busy first half term for some of our Key Stage 4 actors and actresses. Rehearsals are going full steam ahead for their upcoming performance of Shakespeare’s “Tragedy of Macbeth”. Students have been...More
  • Parent Carer Coffee Morning

    30th September 2016
    First Melland parent/carer coffee morning of the year ‘A Roaring Success’ A big Melland thank you to our wonderful parents and carers who turned up in great numbers for our first parent/carer coffee morning of the...More
  • Flexible Friday

    15th September 2016
    Flexible Friday is a new initiative we are delivering to KS4 this year. Flexible Friday is aimed at providing pupils with a love of learning across a range of activities, either in school or using the local community...More