The Manchester Grammar School Turned Pink

MGS boys wear pink to raise money for the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention charity | photo 3

One of the country’s most historic, and iconic, schools turned pink to raise money for a local breast cancer charity. Boys were invited to wear an article of pink clothing to raise funds for the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention charity, based in Wythenshawe, Manchester. . . . → Read More: The Manchester Grammar School Turned Pink

Centenary Celebrations at Stockport Grammar School

Stockport Grammar school

STOCKPORT Grammar will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the school’s move to its current site with a spectacular centenary concert on on Saturday, 19th March from 7.30pm at St George’s Church in Buxton Road. . . . → Read More: Centenary Celebrations at Stockport Grammar School

Local Businessman Donates £1 Million to MGS Bursary Fund

Businessman and former pupil Leon Howard has donated £1 million to The Manchester Grammar School (MGS) bursary fund as the School sets out its target to raise £100 million in the coming decades. . . . → Read More: Local Businessman Donates £1 Million to MGS Bursary Fund

Hogwarts comes to Stockport Grammar School

Harry Potter Celebration at SGS Library - The Sorting Hat

Stockport Grammar School Library hosted their own Harry Potter Night for pupils across the school – joining in Bloomsbury Publishing’s first ever global event celebrating the hugely popular series. . . . → Read More: Hogwarts comes to Stockport Grammar School

Bodyguard Author Teaches Manchester Pupils

Chris Bradford Visits Manchester Grammar School

Manchester Grammar School pupils were treated to a thrilling and unusual English lesson, thanks to award winning author Chris Bradford. Chris, a qualified professional bodyguard and trained martial arts expert, has enjoyed international success with his popular series including ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Young Samurai’ and ‘Ninja’ books. . . . → Read More: Bodyguard Author Teaches Manchester Pupils

Pause for thought

School Children with a Globe

Having spent the morning at St. James, I was left with a wonderful impression of a small, happy school doing exceptional things. It’s a school with a distinct philosophy and ethos, backed by firm academic standards and a proven record of success for their children. It’s not a school for everyone, but I think it’s a school my son would be very happy in. . . . → Read More: Pause for thought

King’s Young Athletes Scoop Array of Sporting Trophies

U11 Netball Champions, March 2014 | The King’s School in Macclesfield

Youngsters at The King’s School in Macclesfield have swept the board in recent weeks when it comes to sporting achievements across a range of disciplines. . . . → Read More: King’s Young Athletes Scoop Array of Sporting Trophies

Cheadle Hulme School Goes for Go

Pupils Playing Go at Cheadle Hulme School with Go Expert, Martin Harvey

Confucius said people “should not waste their time on trivial games – they should play Go” and to welcome in the Chinese New Year, Cheadle Hulme School students have heeded his advice, learning to play one of the world’s oldest tactical board games. . . . → Read More: Cheadle Hulme School Goes for Go

Making Mistakes

Sportsday at Cheadle Hulme School | Running a Race

When we are prepared to make mistakes, we become more adventurous in the process, pushing the boundaries of our normal comfort zone and stretching our capacity for learning. If we always played it safe, we might always ‘get it right’ but once we reach those more momentous landmarks in our life – A Level results, the let-down after a job interview – our ability to deal with the unexpected becomes more difficult. . . . → Read More: Making Mistakes

Juniors Meet the Journos

Caroline Broster demonstrates shorthand note-taking to Samuel Bowker and Orla Fox-Partridge

The professional journalists and lecturers Paul and Caroline Broster visited Year 4 Cheadle Hulme School pupils to offer an insight into the life of a reporter, give tips on how to spot the best stories and explain the skills needed to turn a story into a news report. . . . → Read More: Juniors Meet the Journos