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  • BFET Arts conference – Together We are Here!

    22nd March 2018
    Last week saw the first BFET Arts Creative Celebration. Which was held at Z-Arts in Manchester. Twenty pupils from each of the schools in the trust gathered together to take part in workshops, most being led by pupils....More
  • BBC News School Report – A Future in Journalism

    22nd March 2018 The BBC School News Report was a huge success last week, with our dedicated news team creating a fantastic report as well as the whole school joining in activities...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
  • Introducing the MOVE Programme

    5th March 2018
    In Learning Zone 3 this year we are introducing the MOVE programme. MOVE stands for: Movement Opportunities Via Education. MOVE programme helps support students with physical impairments to acquire more abilities and...More
  • Postcards Home – Competition

    9th February 2018
    Students at Melland have been taking part in a competition, led by head of science George Roberts and head of maths Lisa Baker, to design a new postcard home that will be sent regularly to parents & carers as a reward...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
  • Drumming Sessions

    11th December 2017
      One lucky group in KS3 have been enjoying weekly drumming sessions with a fabulous external drum teacher, Rome. Every Wednesday morning the group collect their Djembes and bang out some great beats to Rome’s amazing...More
  • Inclusion Cross Country Race – Outstanding Performance

    7th November 2017
    10 students from KS3/4 took part in the annual Inclusion Cross Country race at Wythenshawe Park. They were amongst many primary and secondary students from around the city. It was cold and cloudy but that didn’t stop...More
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award for Complex Needs Pupils

    7th November 2017
    After half term the Complex Needs pupils will begin working towards their D of E Bronze award. This will be a very challenging award for the pupils to achieve, they will be working on communication, independence and social...More
  • Using a Computer Safely

    30th October 2017
    Before the half term break 6th Form media group were learning how to work at a computer free of risk. They independently put together a ‘how to’ PowerPoint presentation with photos they had taken and then worked as a...More