MCRactive and Manchester City Council are offering thousands of FREE places for children eligible for benefits-related free school meals. Activities will range from sport and physical activities, arts and crafts and much more. In addition to the activities, their booked place will include a FREE...
Through our amazing link to Deloitte with our Sixth Form, eight of our Year 9 students were provided with the opportunity to visit Deloitte’s London office.
It's our Year 13 Parents' / Carers' Evening on Monday 4th December 2023, from 3.15pm - 6pm.
On 28th September 2023, a group of enthusiastic media based students departed on an unforgettable journey to the magical world of Harry Potter in London.
Information from the NHS for parents and carers about flu vaccinations this winter.
Learn more about the NHS Healthy Start Scheme, Winterwise program, and other cost of living advice.
Applications to Whalley Range Sixth Form College for September 2024 are now open.
On Wednesday 13th September 2023, we held our 'Welcome to Sixth Form Parent/Carer Evening'. It was wonderful to meet so many of our Parents’/Carers’. We look forward to working in partnership over the coming years to ensure their daughters’ #RiseWithUs!
Congratulations to the class of 2023 for everything that they have achieved in their A Level and BTEC qualification results.
Our Pass and the igo card offer young people free bus travel on local bus services across Greater Manchester, making it easier to access education, work, training, culture and leisure opportunities in the city/region.
Welcome to the latest edition (issue 3) of our community newsletter. We will be sharing and celebrating all of the wonderful things that our students have experienced since the start of this academic year.
On Wednesday 21st June 2023 from 6-7pm, the NSPCC will be running a 'Keeping Children Safe Online' workshop for parents and carers via Zoom.
Dr Radha Modgil, NHS GP, broadcaster, author, and mental wellbeing expert, has teamed up with bestselling authors, mental health champions and educational experts, to offer you insight and support on money and wellbeing.
It’s not every day that you’ll find a Formula E racing car sitting outside the main entrance of our school! Just as we approached the Easter break, we were lucky enough to secure a visit from Envision Racing, a Formula E team that is dedicated to accelerating the transition to e-mobility and rene...
Generations of students have passed through the doors of Whalley Range 11-18 High School. We are keen to keep in touch with students and hear of the exciting pathways you have travelled following studying at the school.
The attached booklet from Manchester City Council, sets out helpful information and guidance about keeping homes free from damp and mould.
There were activities and competitions aplenty during World Book Day 2023, with both staff and students getting fully involved.
Our Year 12 A Level Media Studies students had an exciting visit to see the filming of the Britain’s Got Talent auditions.
A number of our Year 12 students visited The University of Manchester, as part of a taster day to explore university life and future pathways.
TikTok have launched a feature within their app called ‘TikTok Now’, in which users are randomly asked to capture and share a 10 second video ‘now’.
Our Year 13 students braved the weather to complete their final Duke of Edinburgh expedition in Edale, a small village in the Peak District.
If you are struggling with the increases in food and energy bills and are struggling financially, help is now available via a free service for Manchester residents.
As a part of their course, A-Level Media Studies students and Year 11 Creative iMedia students were given the opportunity to attend Warner Bros. Studios in London.
Students will develop an in depth understanding of business concepts, which include: legal considerations, business culture, people management and finance.
Class of 2022 – well done and congratulations on your fantastic results. We are so proud of you.
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.
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.
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!