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  • Melland Students Take Snookers Lessons

    25th March 2019
    we had the great opportunity to make links with members of the World Disability Billiards and Snooker assosiation (WDBS) and the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Associate (WPBSA). The WPBSA and WDBS were looking...More
  • KS3 Community Project

    15th March 2019
    In design technology, Key Stage 3 are involved in a community project with Manchester City Council Bereavement Services making 30 bird boxes for Gorton cemetery. The aim of the project is to increase the population of birds...More
  • National Careers Week at Melland High

    8th March 2019
    The Careers Team and heads of Department have organised a fantastic National Careers Week at Melland High School. Students have participated in career focused activities, improved their employability skills and...More
  • Digital Advantage – Great new app!

    5th March 2019
    Digital Advantage have been in school recently which has inspired and motivated our students with a real experience of the digital work place.   Digital Advantage is an award winning CIC that delivers innovative work...More
  • 4A Weather Project

    25th February 2019
    4A have been doing a project about the weather, so the snow came and gave us the opportunity to experience playing in the snow and having fun.  We also found some animal footprints.  We think that a fox walked through...More
  • Parent and Carers Coffee Morning

    5th February 2019
    Rick Gleeson PSHCE co-ordinator and Lynn Wilkinson parent/carer staff liaison, who alongside members of The Melland Parent/Carer Working Party organised a fantastic coffee morning this week. Despite the adverse weather...More
  • 4D’s ‘Political Project’

    4th February 2019
    Mr Gleeson and the 4D’s will be embarking on a ‘Politics Project’ as part of their Citizenship lessons. This will involve learning about Local Government and who is involved. The project will result in two...More
  • Sing and Sign Fun for Sixth form Group

    31st January 2019
    As part of the enrichment programme during Sixth Form Tutor groups some students regularly attend a sing and sign session. This is a fun session designed to encourage speaking (or singing!) and signing at the same time....More
  • Year 14’s Prepare for Life After Melland High

    22nd January 2019
    Just before the end of last term, KS5 invited all our current year 14s and their parents / carers in to discuss all the exciting possibilities that lie ahead of them when they leave us in July 2019. We were lucky enough...More
  • Horticulture Group Encourages Bird Diversity

    10th January 2019
      In preparation of the Royal Society for Protection of Birds RSPB annual Big Garden Bird Watch the Sixth Form Horticulture Group have put up bird tables and feeders to encourage birds into the Melland Garden. The...More