We’d like to wish you a safe and restful break over the summer holiday. We re-open to students on Monday 5th September at 8.30am for new Year 7 students and at 10.50am for those in Years 8-11. Please read the return details carefully.
Learn more about water safety, the dangers of fire, and more.
Are you ready for the Summer? This postcard contains useful information about different agencies that you can contact if you need help or advice. We wish you a joyful, safe, and relaxing break.
After a 3 year break, we were delighted to be able to welcome our parents'/carers' into school for our Key Stage 3 Graduation ceremonies on Friday 15th July 2022.
Stressed, anxious or feeling low? The new online, self-help programmes on SilverCloud give you the tools and skills to feel better and stay better.
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.
Incoming Year 12 students can access resources to work on over the summer holidays via our 'Bridging the Gap' website.
We have been made aware of a new feature that Snapchat released recently, called ‘Meet Up’.
Please ensure that your child is appropriately dressed for school at all times.
Students in Year 7 and Year 8 will be undertaking assessments in all of their subjects between Monday 23rd May - Friday 17th June 2022, whilst Year 9 students will begin their assessments on Monday 16th May - Friday 17th June 2022. These assessments will be used by subject teachers to assess stud...
Students from Years 7 through to 10 took part in this exciting and imaginative music project, produced by ‘Brighter Sound’ and ‘Sound UK’.
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 Thank you for looking at the resources on this page. We hope you will find the revision resources provided here useful, whether you are a parent/carer or a student. You will find information on how to make your memory work most effectively and how to make your learning stick. There are al...
Manchester City Council are proposing to make some changes to the road junctions near our school in order to reduce the number of accidents and, in particular, to make the roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
Our school production of Oliver Twist aired for two days in February 2022, on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th. We hope you enjoy the photos.
To celebrate International Women's Day, staff and students have been exploring the theme of #BreakTheBias as part of PSHRE lessons, whilst the Home Office has launched 'Enough', a national communications campaign to tackle violence against women and girls.
Ensuring our new students have the smoothest transition possible is something we value very strongly, and we are already looking into ways that we can stay in touch with your child before starting with us in September.
Get the latest news, stories and photos here in 'Range Review', our brand new community newsletter. Issue 1 now available to download!
As you know Whalley Range 11-18 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.
Over the February half term school holiday, MCRactive are running FREE holiday activities for children aged 5-16 years.
Making your Key Stage 4 option choices is an important time for all Year 9 students. Please take the time with your parents/carers to review the information below to ensure you make informed choices.
The Children's Commissioner for England announced today the launch of a guide on how parents could best deal with sex-related issues.
As part of our partnership with Manchester United Foundation, our Year 9 LeadHERs hosted and led a Girls' MU Foundation Hub Tournament for both Year 9 and 10 students.
As part of our partnership with Manchester United Foundation, Eight of our Year 7 students went to Winter Wonderland in Event City for a fun-filled day of activities.
Following the announcement of his passing, the thoughts and prayers of our whole school community are with the family of Mr Butt, our much valued teacher, colleague and friend.
Advanced Level? Advanced Vocational? Apprenticeship? T-Level? Whalley Range 11-18 High School students have a number of exciting options when it comes to studying after Year 11. Let’s take a look at them in more detail!
Social media sites can be a welcome addition to all our lives and are a great way of keeping in touch with friends and family, as well as keeping up with news and entertainment. However, if used inappropriately they can be hateful, harmful places to be which can put the user at risk, sometimes wi...
Following feedback from parents/carers, we've completely redesigned the 'Parents and Carers' section of our website, to make it more accessible.
As a follow-up to Black History Month, artists, YouTubers, fashion designers and representatives of other industries from the black community, passed on their careers advice and words of wisdom to the young people during a collaborative Manchester United Foundation and Nusole event.