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  • Team of Architects required by MHSG to develop the School’s Facilities into the future

    Published 15/09/21

    Manchester High School for Girls is going through an exciting new phase in its history as it nears its 150th anniversary in 2024. Following the development of a refreshed Strategy for the School this academic year, the Head Mistress and Governors are looking to appoint an architectural practice to undertake a review of the current premises and to develop an Estate Master Plan.

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  • The Gift of Music for Guatemalan Orphans

    Published 23/08/21

    In 2019, Sixth Former, Hannah, spent three weeks of her summer holiday working in an orphanage in Guatemala and this summer, the Guatemalan authorities have given her special dispensation to return there, so she can once again teach music and English to the children.

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  • Manchester High Year 11 students celebrate their GCSE exam results

    Published 12/08/21

    Today’s GCSE results are a real testament to the hard work and dedication from both our Year 11 students and staff here at Manchester High School for Girls who have experienced an academic year unlike any other.

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  • Manchester High girls celebrate the next stage in their exciting journeys

    Published 10/08/21

    Sixth Form students at Manchester High School for Girls are celebrating their excellent and well-deserved grades and planning their next steps, after today’s A-level results. 

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  • Students Flock to Engineering

    Published 14/07/21

    More and more students at Manchester High School for Girls are discovering the opportunities that STEM subjects provide and, each year, the number of students applying to take part in the Industrial Cadets Gold Project at MHSG is increasing. 

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  • ‘Living Legends’ Hang up their Lab Coats

    Published 07/07/21

    Today we said a fond farewell to two ‘living legends’ who, between them, have worked at Manchester High School for Girls for more than 60 years!

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  • Top Spot for Evie at the Junior European Championships

    Published 30/06/21

    This Saturday, Manchester High student, Evie, will be representing Great Britain in the Artistic Swimming Technical Team at the Junior European Championships in Malta!

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  • High Flying Hannah

    Published 29/06/21

    16 year old Manchester High student, Hannah, has become one of the youngest females in the UK to fly solo in a plane less than 12 months after her first flying lesson. 

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  • Maysa is the Star of IVYticulation

    Published 23/06/21

    Maysa has been named as the winner of the Year 9 IVYticulation art competition for her fantastic presentation on The Starry Night painting by Vincent Van Gogh.

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  • Daydreamer Becomes a Winner

    Published 21/06/21

    Congratulations to Shuk-na who has won our annual Year 8 Public Speaking Competition. 

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  • Messages of Kindness in Memory of Daniella

    Published 18/06/21

    Today, staff and students have been celebrating Daniella Day - an event which takes place annually in memory of much-loved student, Daniella Sciama, who tragically died in 2013.

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  • Bee-ing Inspired by Engineering

    Published 10/06/21

    As part of our Future and Careers programme, students at Manchester High School for Girls are given the opportunity to learn about a diverse range of industries and vocations.  During their Junior 6 year, they are encouraged to apply for the Engineering Education Scheme run by EDT (Engineering Development Trust) which sees a team of six students from school working on a project with an engineering company.  

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