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November 2019

  • Mission Menstruation: Raising awareness of Period Poverty

    Published 26/11/19

    Students in Year 10 have developed a project to raise awareness of period poverty throughout the School.

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  • Dine with your Daughter

    Published 26/11/19

    Manchester High’s youngest pupils welcomed their parents to the dining room last week for the annual ‘Dine with your Daughter’ days.

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  • Sensational Sister Act!

    Published 22/11/19

    This year’s sell-out production saw the hall transformed into a 1970’s convent, as pupils performed the hit musical, Sister Act.

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  • Insight into Ethics and Sustainability

    Published 21/11/19

    On Monday 16th December we will be hosting another “Insight into…” careers talk at Manchester High School for Girls.

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  • Senior School Admissions: Frequently Asked Questions

    Published 20/11/19

    The Open Event season at Manchester High School for Girls is now reaching its conclusion, so our prospective pupils and their families will be starting to think about our admissions process and the Entrance Assessment Day.

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  • Supporting Children in Need

    Published 19/11/19

    Girls in the Prep, Senior School and Sixth Form swapped their uniform for something a bit comfier on Friday 15th November in support of BBC Children in Need.

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  • Head Mistress' View: A Passion for Politics

    Published 14/11/19

    Mrs Hewitt is inspired by a generation of politically aware young women. 

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  • Prep Tennis Stars qualify for National Final

    Published 12/11/19

    Congratulations to Millie Ryder and Naimah Grant in Year 3, who have qualified for the National Finals of the All Star Tennis Championships.

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  • The Poppy Project – Remembering the Fallen

    Published 08/11/19

    In anticipation of Remembrance Day, pupils from the Prep, Senior School and Sixth Form joined staff in remembering soldiers who lost their lives during World War 1 and War World War 2 as part of The Poppy Project.

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  • Phoebe is flooded with opportunity

    Published 08/11/19

    A Sixth Form student had an eye-opening week of work experience with the Environment Agency.

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