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  • ‘I Matter’ – Manchester Healthy Schools Programme

    10th May 2018
    Last week 6th form took part in a very successful and enjoyable ‘I Matter’ day. A full day consisting of 8 introductory topics (Self Esteem, Assertiveness, Emotions, Public and Private, Hygiene, Appropriate touches,...More
  • Pupil Goes on Pilgrimage

    10th May 2018
    During the April half term holidays, Attique undertook the Umrah pilgrimage. The ʿUmrah’ is an Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Hijaz, Saudi Arabia, performed by Muslims that can be undertaken at any time of the year. The...More
  • Town Hall Work Placement

    19th March 2018
    Two of Melland 6th form students have just completed a successful work experience at the Town Hall with Manchester City Council. John Barry and Amanda Wright have supported Declan and Ninjlah to access a two-week project;...More
  • Bloxels – MHS Pupils Create Video Games

    22nd January 2018
    At Melland this week Key stage 4 and 5 classes have been using Bloxels to create their very own computer games. We are one of the first schools in the country to be using this computer science tool!  Bloxels is not just...More
  • National Galleries Takeover Day.

    23rd November 2017
    https://youtu.be/pW6WXYquo7k National Galleries Takeover Day. #Kids in Museums. A countrywide event where students are given the opportunity in galleries across the country to curate and host an opening of an art...More
  • Amazing Trip to Auschwitz

    7th November 2017
    Lessons from Auschwitz Project Last Thursday Melland High School students Joseph and Declan along with their teacher John Barry were lucky to have the opportunity to travel to Poland to participate in the ‘Lessons from...More
  • How To Videos – Jam on Toast

    9th October 2017
    Following the fantastic ‘How to Video’ of last week LG3 and 4 have created a brand new video this time to help student remember the sequence of making jam on toast. The students fined tuned skills and swapped roles so...More
  • Make Your Mark Campaign

    9th October 2017
    On the 10th November the UK Youth Parliament goes to the House of Commons to debate and decide on important issues for the year ahead. They decide on the TOP issues voted by school children across the country. To decide what...More
  • 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