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  • A Virtual Welcome - Any Time

    Published 26/03/21

    At Manchester High School for Girls, we love to showcase our school to prospective families but the ongoing pandemic has meant that there have been fewer opportunities to do this over the last twelve months. 

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  • Top Tips from Year 7 Resilience Club

    Published 10/05/21

    We take a proactive approach to the mental health of our pupils with weekly wellbeing sessions and a variety of lunchtime and after school clubs that are designed to support them with their mental health.

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  • New Head of the Preparatory Department Announced

    Published 04/05/21

    We are delighted to announce Mrs Samantha Gibbons as the new Head of the Preparatory Department at Manchester High School for Girls from September 2021.

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  • Our New Head Girl Team

    Published 30/04/21

    We are delighted to announce our Head Girl for 2021-22, TiAnna, and her team Abigail, Annika, Hawa, India and Thaejus.

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  • Back in Time at Manchester High...An Evening with the MHSG Archivists

    Published 30/04/21

    Back in Time at Manchester High...An Evening with the MHSG Archivists

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  • Reinvesting in the Third Sector

    Published 26/03/21

    With the Easter holidays just around the corner, this week our students were given the oppurtunity to virtually attend our final ‘Insight Into’ careers talk of the academic year.

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  • #ChoosetoChallenge

    Published 12/03/21

    It seemed poignant that we welcomed our girls back to school after the third lockdown, on International Women’s Day – a day that celebrates the achievements of women and highlights the gender inequalities that are sadly still so evident across the world.

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  • Insight into Charity and The Third Sector

    Published 12/03/21

    The charity and voluntary sector, also referred to as the 'third sector', aims to create social rather than material wealth. With most charities run as professional businesses, career opportunities can range from operations, fundraising, and policy making to marketing, events, administration and research. If you have an interest in social change, and want to put your skills to use in the charitable sector - this event is for you!

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  • Debating the 'Human' in Humanity

    Published 09/03/21

    This weekend saw Manchester High School for Girls host its annual Model United Nations Conference with 180 delegates taking part from 22 schools across the country.  The virtual event debated the theme of “Humanity” through nine different committees and councils, all Chaired by pupils at the all girls’ school. 

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  • An Evening 'In Conversation' with Katie Leviten

    Published 24/02/21

    Not living with regret, not being closed to job titles, and ensuring a work-life balance were some of the key highlights of our virtual ‘In Conversation’ with Katie Leviten (Class of 2006) on Monday 22nd February.

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  • Lola Keeps her Feet on the Pedals

    Published 11/02/21

    Year 10 pupil, Lola, has had her sights set on the Olympics since she started cycling at the age of 6 and she is now one step closer to realising her dream, having been asked to ‘guest’ with British Cycling’s GB Squad. 

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  • Memories of Man High with Anushka Asthana at the 2021 Founders' Lecture

    Published 10/02/21

    At Manchester High School for Girls’ first ever virtual Founders’ Lecture this week journalist Anushka Asthana (Class of 1998) spoke to an audience of almost 200 people, about her memories of Manchester High, reflected on her career to date and answered questions from the audience.

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