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  • Macmillan Charity supported by Sacred Heart Community Cafe

    28th September 2017
    Melland 6th Form had their community café launch on Tuesday at Sacred Heart community hall raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Students and staff baked cakes, designed jewellery and made donations for the raffle....More
  • E-Safety – Think S.M.A.R.T.

    15th June 2017
    Last week our students took part in E-Safety based discussions and activities. The main areas we looked at were to think SMART when online;   S - Safe, keep passwords, phone numbers and any personal information safe...More
  • Parent/Carer Coffee Morning and Careers Fair

    5th June 2017
    Melland High School welcomed parents and carers to attend two successful, informative events. During one of their regular, well attended, parent/carer coffee mornings Mary Merritt, parental engagement officer, helped parents...More
  • Safety in the Community

    17th May 2017
    During the Spring and Summer term, learner group 1 and 2 have been researching and learning about how to stay safe when out and about in the community. They were so enthused by what they learnt and the importance of it that...More
  • Independence for Melland 6th Form Students

    16th January 2017
    We have three 6th form students that have been making outstanding progress in their independent living skills. Robert has been having guided travel skills and has built up to the stage where he is now travelling...More
  • 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
  • GB Basketball Event Volunteers

    7th December 2015
    On Tuesday 24th November four Sixth Form students who participate in the Inclusive Futures volunteer programme in Manchester. They were asked to help set up a major basketball event to take place on Wednesday 25th in the...More
  • Work Experience placement at Debdale Eco Centre

    27th November 2015
    This term the H group have had the opportunity to do a Work Experience placement at Debdale Eco Centre, a local organic gardening centre, where they have spent 5 sessions learning all about organic gardening and developing...More
  • Poppies

    24th November 2015
    G Group and Tutor Group 1 decided to create a wall of poppies to mark Armistice Day on the eleventh of November. We asked everyone in the school to create their own poppy for the wall and we were delighted that everyone was...More