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Posts Tagged ‘Science’

  • Creative Media Trips out for 6th Form Students

    23rd April 2019
    Students from 6th form managed to experience two amazing trips that were creative, inspiring and extremely informative. The Digital Advantage team had the opportunity to further their career aspirations in the creative...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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Evidence For Learning

    22nd November 2018
    Evidence for learning is an App we have introduced in Learning Zone 3, which enables us to capture learning as it happens. We are able to take photographs and videos and add our written observations to gather evidence of...More
  • V Group Rambles on

    22nd November 2018
    As part of the ongoing life skills curriculum, V Group have been exploring Manchester’s walking trails and country parks to discover “What can I see”. With the changing of the seasons, V group have been learning to...More
  • Melland students take part in ‘British Science Week’

    24th March 2015 | Melland High School
    On Wednesday 18th March, the H and O groups went to the University of Manchester as part of British Science Week 2015. The students attended a science fair, visiting approximately 20 different STEM stands, a workshop led by...More