We’d like to wish you a safe and restful break over the summer holiday. The school re-opens to all students on Monday 5th September 2022.
The summer school holiday is fast approaching. MCRactive and Manchester City Council are offering thousands of FREE places for children eligible for benefits-related free school meals.
We have been made aware of a new feature that Snapchat released recently, called ‘Meet Up’.
At Levenshulme High School, we celebrate our identity as a diverse community at every opportunity – instilling great value in our differences as well as ensuring an even stronger understanding of what makes us the same.
EduLink One is the most convenient way to receive up to date information about your child’s homework, timetable, progress reports, attendance, conduct and much more, direct to your phone or PC.
Welcome to Levenshulme High School. We are extremely excited to welcome you to our school and look forward to meeting you in half term 6 for our transition days.
Levenshulme High School was transported to the streets of Agrabah with its school production of Aladdin on the 15-17th of February 2022, playing to a full house every night.
As you know Levenshulme High School is part of a Multi-Academy Trust, the Education and Leadership Trust, which currently has three academies, Whalley Range 11-18 High School, Levenshulme High School and The East Manchester Academy.
The Children's Commissioner for England announced today the launch of a guide on how parents could best deal with sex-related issues.
Following feedback from parents/carers, we've completely redesigned the 'Parents and Carers' section of our website, to make it more accessible.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase STEM activities and ensure students work together as a team with their peers, Year 7 students took part in technology activities with the RAF and teambuilding activities with the Manchester United Foundation.
Our school is partnering with Manchester United Foundation. The Foundation is a charitable organisation that works with us to deliver motivational and inspiring projects to our pupils, with the goal of helping them reach their full potential.
Congratulations to the wonderful class of 2021 on their outstanding and well-earned GCSE results.
We try to make our website as accessible as we can, which is why we feature a translator; so users can access the vast majority of our content in various different languages.
What are you going to be doing over the school holidays? Marcus Rashford MBE explains why you might want to sign your child up to the Government’s expanded Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF).
This Clean Air Day (Thursday 17 June 2021) helps protect our health from air pollution. Join with your community to create cleaner, safer streets, where children can learn and play safely.
An annual celebration of the diversity in our school community – this year the theme was 'Stronger Together', marking our joined-up efforts in recent times and trumpeting our joyous reunion.
As parents/carers we often hear from schools, TV, campaigns etc. about how important reading is for our children, but this isn’t something that’s just for primary schools or for young children. Our teenagers need this focus on reading for pleasure just as much as they prepare for their adult year...
Welcome to our school's 'Virtual Tour'. Hear from our Co-Headteachers and learn more about our school and its faculties.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 9th February 2021 and this year’s theme is ‘an Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world’.
Parental guidance and information for our remote education provision at Levenshulme High School.
Congratulations to the wonderful class of 2020 on their outstanding and well-earned GCSE results.
We were delighted to hear that our school has been rated fourth best in Greater Manchester in the 2020 real schools guide.
Get the latest news, stories and photos from Levenshulme High in the Summer 2020 edition of our school magazine. Now available to download!
A message from Transport for Greater Manchester in regards to face covering exceptions on public transport.
Manchester City Council are offering support to Manchester residents who are struggling with things such as food, medicine, company, bills and online services.
Students at Manchester high schools and colleges are invited to send in their responses to life in lockdown. Entries can be letters, poems, short stories or reports, up to one page in length.
Today the Levenshulme Bee Network launch the Vision Map for Our Active Neighbourhood, setting out the first physical steps on a locally driven vision to trial and build an ambitious walking and cycling friendly neighbourhood for Manchester. Levenshulme High was proud to send representatives to ge...