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March 2017

  • YEAR 5 ENJOY ACTION PACKED RESIDENTIAL AT DOBROYD CASTLE

    Published 30/03/17

    Pupils in Year 5 have just returned from an action packed three days at Dobroyd Castle in Todmorden.

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  • HOW MHSG IS TACKLING THE ‘HIDDEN EPIDEMIC’ OF POOR MENTAL HEALTH

    Published 28/03/17

    Mental health expert, Dick Moore, is visiting Manchester High School for Girls today,  Tuesday 28th March, to help students, parents and staff tackle youth mental health issues which he describes as ‘a hidden epidemic and a national disgrace’.

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  • UNDER-13S HOCKEY TEAM THIRD BEST IN NORTH OF ENGLAND

    Published 27/03/17

    Manchester High’s Under-13s Hockey team have achieved the highest position in the School's hockey history by coming third in the North of England Schools Hockey Championships.

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  • BUSINESS LIVE! TAKES SIXTH FORMERS TO DISNEY

    Published 23/03/17

    A group of 29 Manchester High School for Girls students travelled to the Business Live! Conference at Disneyland Paris on 26th February as part of their Business and Economics studies.

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  • STEMETTES HACKATHON COMES TO PREP

    Published 21/03/17

    Girls in Year 6 had an opportunity to delve in the world of web development in a STEMettes Hackathon event on Monday 22nd March.

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  • SPEECH COMPETITION BRINGS GIRLS TOGETHER

    Published 20/03/17

    Manchester High’s Year 8 girls’ writing skills were put to the test recently when the whole year group took part in a speech competition in school.

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  • ARTISTIC ATIA WINS LOCAL PRIZE

    Published 15/03/17

    An aspiring artist from Manchester High School for Girls, 18-year-old Atia Raja, has won the senior category (18 and under) in the highly-contested LivingEdge Schools Art competition 2017.

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  • HIGH-FLYING SCHOOL LEAVERS WILL STILL BE MINDING THE GENDER GAP INTO THEIR RETIREMENT

    Published 08/03/17

    They may look like pensioners, but underneath the expertly applied make-up these three women are teenagers from Manchester High School for Girls. The A-level students were transformed by a professional make-up artist to highlight gender inequality for International Women’s Day (8th March 2017).

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