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Archive for the ‘Cultural Awareness’ Category

  • Festive Treat for 3C

    7th December 2018
    On Tuesday group 3C enjoyed a festive treat when they were invited to St Margaret’s Church in Burnage to explore the story of Christmas through unique sensory and interactive activities. Students spent the morning...More
  • G2 Group Learn About Victorian History

    28th November 2018
    Through the sensory exploration of poetry, songs, stories, games and art, G2 have been working hard on a 'Victorian Histories' project with Miss Taylor. They have explored Lewis Caroll's 'Alice and Wonderland', used...More
  • Evidence For Learning

    22nd November 2018
    Evidence for learning is an App we have introduced in Learning Zone 3, which enables us to capture learning as it happens. We are able to take photographs and videos and add our written observations to gather evidence of...More
  • V Group Rambles on

    22nd November 2018
    As part of the ongoing life skills curriculum, V Group have been exploring Manchester’s walking trails and country parks to discover “What can I see”. With the changing of the seasons, V group have been learning to...More
  • Students Perform Othello at the Z-Arts Theatre

    15th November 2018
    On Thursday 8th November Melland High School took part in the Shakespeare School Festival at Z-Arts Centre alongside Stanley Grove, Rushbrook and Cedar Mount. The event was a huge success with 12 students with a range of...More
  • Melland High’s Halloween Festivities

    6th November 2018
    The students at Melland High School celebrated the Halloween festivities on Wednesday 31stOctober. Most of them came in fancy dress as well as some of the staff. The whole day event was full of creepy competitions,...More
  • Make Your Mark – Have Your Say

    10th October 2018
      Every year the Youth Parliament meet at the House of Commons to debate and discuss issues for the year ahead. The topics they discuss are chosen from students from schools across the country. The issues are decided...More
  • Bramall Hall – A Look Back to the Past

    8th October 2018
    Melland students who are studying Othello, have been lucky enough to take part in trips to Bramall Hall this week. They were guided around the hall to enrich their understanding of the tudor era as part of their English...More
  • Shakespeare Schools Festival Workshop

    2nd October 2018
    On Tuesday morning this week Melland High School students joined Stanley Grove in an amazing Shakespeare School Festival workshop. Both schools travelled to Z-Arts Centre where their performances will take place to...More
  • Barbican Box Performance at Home

    6th September 2018
    Through the Barbican Box project Melland High Drama Group have had the opportunity to work with professional actors and the technical wizards at Home Theatre Manchester.  Barbican box is an innovative project promoting...More