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Posts Tagged ‘Personal skills’

  • LG4 Cafe Reopens

    16th September 2019
    LG4 will be relaunching their café on WEDNESDAY mornings this term, it will then run every Wednesday from 10.45am to 11.30am.  This Wednesday 18th september will be a Macmillan coffee morning, we will be serving lots and...More
  • Students Overcome Fears With NCS Challenge

    16th September 2019
    During the summer, two of our sixth form pupils participated in the NCS Challenge. Luke and Marshall spent 4 weeks involved in a variety of activities designed to develop their independence and confidence and achieve more...More
  • Speed Networking Event Broadens Horizons and Enhances Employability Skills

    22nd May 2019
    A speed networking event at Melland High School allowed students in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 put a group of professionals through their paces, asking them a series of questions about their jobs and working life.  Questions...More
  • Coop Advantage College – The Fun Fest Pop Up Cafe

    1st May 2019
    Over the last 4 months MHS students Candice, Shakira and Nicole have been accessing the Co-op Advantage College. One of the main aims of the programme through a series of discussions and activities is to instil the Co-op...More
  • 3D’s Visit St Margarets for an Interactive Easter Experience

    28th March 2019
    3D have enjoyed a morning at St. Margaret’s Church, Burnage where they have experienced the Easter story through 6 interactive areas. Big thanks to Rev. Matt, Ruth Miller and team for a lovely...More
  • 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
  • 3E’s Explore British Science Week at Manchester University

    15th March 2019
    On Wednesday 13thMarch some of our students visited Manchester university to take part in British Science Week. We were greeted by our university ambassador who has just become a junior doctor. We started by visiting the...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
  • The Importance of Postural Management

    27th February 2019
    Postural management supports our students to enhance and maximise their capabilities in a wide variety of ways including developing their communication, taking part in a range of learning activities and enabling them to make...More