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March 2020

  • Covid-19 Temporary Closure

    Published 20/03/20

    Manchester High School for Girls will be closed to the majority of pupils next week as we move to remote learning. It may be a while before we see them in school, but we know our girls will look out for each other, work hard and find positivity in this time of uncertainty.

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  • Swapping clothes for sustainability

    Published 13/03/20

    Girls proved that sustainability was a high priority as they organised a clothes swap on Friday 13th March.

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  • Preparatory Department take to the stage

    Published 12/03/20

    Girls in the Preparatory Department joined members of the PTA to officially open the new playground stage.

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  • The Jungle Book is a ROARING Success!

    Published 09/03/20

    The Preparatory Department’s production of The Jungle Book brought a packed out crowd to their feet on Wednesday 4th March.

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  • Double National Championship for Evie

    Published 09/03/20

    Congratulations to Evie in Year 10 who has claimed a double national title at the Swim England Artistic Swimming (Synchro) National Age Group Championships 2020.

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  • Remembering Daniella

    Published 05/03/20

    On Thursday 5th March, staff and students in the Senior School remembered former pupil, Daniella Sciama, on what would have been her birthday.

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  • Sharing stories on World Book Day

    Published 05/03/20

    Girls in the Preparatory Department celebrated World Book Day in style as they dressed up as their favourite story characters.

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  • Prep support Platt Fields Park Bike Hub mural

    Published 03/03/20

    Pupils in Year 5 and 6 are supporting a project to design a mural for the Platt Fields Park Bike Hub.

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  • Breakfast with your Daughter

    Published 02/03/20

    Manchester High parents were invited to sample our healthy breakfasts during the annual Breakfast with your Daughter days.

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