Sixth Form Pastoral Care & Wellbeing
Wellbeing is integral to life at MHSG. We believe that a happy student is far more likely to fulfil their potential.
Manchester High School for Girls aims to create a culture of awareness of wellbeing and mindfulness, along with good mental health.
Wellbeing has been at the heart of everything Manchester High School for Girls does, since the beginning.
Helping students to develop the skills and experiences to be resilient, tenacious and confident, as well as those strategies that aim to help them cope with stress, will ultimately prepare them for their future, beyond the school gates.
Wellbeing is not a given in life and is something that needs to be worked on just as much as physical health.
To view or download a copy of our Wellbeing Programme, please click below.
Happy, Caring and Supportive
We place great emphasis on ensuring that Manchester High School for Girls is a happy and harmonious school, where every student is recognised as an individual and diversity is embraced.
Our students are encouraged to participate in all aspects of school life. Their wellbeing and academic progress are of paramount importance to us, and they are monitored and supported throughout their time in school.
Our experienced staff work in close partnership with parents to ensure that students thrive academically, personally and socially. The Well Being programme provides the foundation for successful futures, helping girls to develop the skills, qualities and values that will enable them to flourish.
As a multicultural school, we embrace many faiths. Moral, spiritual and cultural awareness is developed through a range of assemblies, both religious and secular, and provision is made for girls to pray or meditate if they wish.
The House system brings girls of all year groups together to help form our close-knit community in which pupils show tolerance and mutual respect, forging lifelong friendships.
We seek to develop the values and qualities our girls need to tackle the challenges they will face, empowering them with self-discipline and maturity.