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February 2017

  • MHSG PUPILS GET FIRST GLIMPSE OF POTENTIAL PANKHURST STATUE

    Published 28/02/17

    Pupils from Manchester High School for Girls, the school that suffragette leader, Emmeline Pankhurst, chose for her three daughters, were given first glimpse of the six creations that have been shortlisted for the statue of Mrs Pankhurst that will be erected in St Peter’s Square in 2019.

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  • HEAD OF BBC NORTH CITES ‘ABILITY TO BE HAPPY’ AS TRUE MEASURE OF SUCCESS

    Published 22/02/17

    Last night, Alice Webb, the woman who spearheaded the BBC’s historic MediaCity move, gave a timely reminder pupils and parents that the ‘ability to be happy’ is the only true measure of success. 

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  • INSIGHT INTO...LAW CAREERS EVENT

    Published 15/02/17

    Our 'Insight Into...Law' careers evening on Thursday 9th March is a must for any girl harbouring ambitions to be a top lawyer. The event is open to students from Year 10 through to Sixth Form. Parents and friends from other schools and colleges are also welcome to attend. 

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  • PREP RUNNERS RACE TO SUCCESS

    Published 13/02/17

    Girls from Years 3 to 6 have braved all weathers this academic year to win a silver trophy in the Wilf Richards Memorial Primary School Cross Country League.

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  • STUDENTS GET THEIR THINKING CAPS ON FOR EXPERT BRAIN DAY

    Published 09/02/17

    Psychology students at Manchester High School for Girls got their thinking caps on 8th February as they welcomed Dr Guy Sutton, an expert in neuroscience at the University of Nottingham, to host the School’s first ‘Brain Day’.

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  • MANCHESTER HIGH GETS THE BALANCE RIGHT WITH CIRCUS SKILLS

    Published 01/02/17

    One the country’s leading girls’ schools, Manchester High School for Girls, has brought circus skills into the class room this week to support its pupils find a healthy work/life balance.  

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