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  • Music Students Celebrate Hidden Women of History

    Published 10/03/22

    To celebrate Women’s History Month, a group of Year 9 music students have been working with MADE, the Manchester Cultural Education Partnership to research and create a piece of music that celebrates some of the lesser-known women who contributed to the suffragette movement.

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  • A Cracking Challenge for Olivia

    Published 15/02/22

    J6 student, Olivia, is celebrating after coming 11th in a National Cipher Challenge organised by the University of Southampton Mathematics Department in conjunction with GCHQ. 

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  • An Ultra Fascinating Founders’ Lecture ​​​​​​​

    Published 26/01/22

    We were delighted to welcome Class of 2002 alumna, Jasmin Paris, as speaker for our annual Founders’ Lecture yesterday.  She joined us virtually from Edinburgh on Burns Night to deliver an inspirational lecture on ‘Mountains, Mind and Motherhood’.

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  • Christmas Closure

    Published 22/12/21

    Please note that Manchester High School for Girls will be closed from 12 noon on Thursday 23rd December until Tuesday 4th January 2021. There will be no access to the premises during these times.

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  • Student Calls for Stricter Control of Online Streaming

    Published 16/12/21

    Sixth Form student, Riya, is taking on some of the world’s biggest online streaming platforms in a bid to ensure that films and series that are screened online in the UK are classified, in order to safeguard children’s viewing choices. 

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  • Mo-Long to Movember

    Published 01/12/21

    As we wave goodbye to the month of Movember, we also bid farewell to the ‘Fan-Tache-Tic’ moustaches lovingly cultivated over the last 30 days by the 'Man High Bros'.

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  • Another Brush with Success for Anyi

    Published 17/11/21

    17-year-old Anyi has already hit the headlines after releasing three singles with her twin brother, but she can now add another string to her bow, having come third in a national art competition.

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  • A Community Remembers

    Published 12/11/21

    At Manchester High, we have been remembering all those who lost their lives whilst in service to their country this week.  To tie in with our school theme of community, students have been looking at the impact that war had on communities during their assemblies and in particular the devastating repercussions of the Battle of the Somme on the Accrington Pals.

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  • A Noteworthy Cellist

    Published 10/11/21

    As the daughter of two professional musicians, 15-year-old Jessica, was destined to be passionate about music, and it looks like she may be following in their footsteps having just received Distinction in her Grade 8 Cello exam.

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  • Back to School with Suzy Glaskie

    Published 03/11/21

    We were delighted to welcome - albeit virtually - Suzy Glaskie, Class of ’89, who led our first event in our ‘Back to School’ series on Monday evening. This new series of events aims to give parents and alumnae the chance to revisit their school days and enjoy both topics of interest (new and old) and school subjects they want to revisit by coming ‘back to school’.

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  • Insight Into...Languages

    Published 13/10/21

    On Tuesday 12th October, we welcomed back two MHSG alumnae to talk to Manchester High pupils and  their parents virtually on Teams about the wide range of career options available for those who go on to study a modern foreign language.

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  • Doris Angel: 1924 - 2019

    Published 07/10/21

    In August 2021, we paid tribute to an important member of the Manchester High School for Girls community, Doris Angel.

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