Withington Girls’ School has been celebrating a series of wins in a wide range of pursuits – and the Manchester-based School has also just been ranked as the top school in the North in the latest Sunday Times Parent Power league tables. . . . → Read More: Withington’s Winning Ways
Withington Girls’ School’s Choir debut performance at the Alderley Edge 100th Music Festival hit the right note with judges as entries in two classes earned the WGS choristers a coveted first prize. . . . → Read More: Alderley Edge 100th Music Festival – WGS Crowned Choral Champions!
To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2016, Siemens will launch a new education project to challenge gender stereotypes. The SeeWomen (Girls in STEM) project will inspire and motivate young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). . . . → Read More: Siemens to help girls get curious about STEM
Withington’s new Junior School and Central Hub were officially opened yesterday, Wednesday 30th September 2015, during a Royal visit by HRH The Duchess of Gloucester to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the School’s foundation. . . . → Read More: Royal Visit to Withington Girls’ School
Construction work is well underway on a new, purpose-built state-of-the-art Junior School building and central ‘Hub’ at Withington Girls’ School, within the grounds of existing site in Fallowfield, Manchester, costing £4.3m. . . . → Read More: New Juniors’ building for Withington Girls’ School
Can girls do science? This was a question which Teneeka Mai, Tanya Drobnis and Siyang Weianswered with a resounding ‘yes’ as they claimed victory at the British Physics Olympiad in April, winning Gold Awardsin their age category. . . . → Read More: Science: Is it a Girl Thing?
England and Manchester United football legend Sir Bobby Charlton unveiled a magnificent collection of artwork created by pupils at Withington Girls’ School at a special ceremony at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. . . . → Read More: Mosaic for Children’s Hospital
. . .GCSE courses in England are going to change. The iGCSE qualifications continue to grow in popularity though, confusingly, only some will be counted in the forthcoming league tables. Ofqual’s consultation about how to make A levels more rigorous and discriminating at the top end of the ability range has also just begun. . . . → Read More: Testing Times