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  • MHS School Report Team Visit the BBC

    17th November 2017
    A very exciting event took place at Melland high school this week, Mr Hughes and Mr Morgan took 7 students from 4D to take part in the early stages of BBC News School Report. For the introduction of the project they were...More
  • Achievement Update

    9th November 2017
    Key Stage 3 A massive well done from Ms Milburn to all the new Year 7 students as we approach the end of their first half term at Melland High School. All have settled in and are finding their way around school...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
  • Amazing Trip to Auschwitz

    7th November 2017
    Lessons from Auschwitz Project Last Thursday Melland High School students Joseph Murray and Declan Hall along with their teacher John Barry were lucky to have the opportunity to travel to Poland to participate in the...More
  • Halloween Fun

    7th November 2017
    Last week MHS fully embraced the Halloween celebrations with a fantastic party at Sacred Heart Community Café in the morning thanks to Mrs Roscoe. Mr Roberts staged a fully interactive Halloween experience in the...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
  • National Egg Week

    16th October 2017
    6th Form celebrated National Egg Week this week by designing eggs as their own characters and creating parachutes for them. Prizes were to be awarded for; the best design, best survivor and best parachute.  Best design...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
  • KS4 Media News Team Report – Macmillan Coffee Morning

    9th October 2017
    The 6th Form Sacred Heart Project was in full swing last week and our KS4 Media News Team went down to capture all the action. The group created their very first News Report in preparation for the BBC School News Report...More