Parents / Carers
We often hear 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 years and how they read outside of school is every bit as important as how they read inside of school.
Levenshulme High School works hard to ensure that all our students have the opportunity to make informed decisions about their future.
We believe that the use of ICT is an essential part of education in the 21st century. The Internet and other digital information technologies are powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone.
http://levenshulmehigh.co.uk/sims-parent-app/Useful advice for parents about where and how to use local NHS services in Manchester. Find helpful videos with translated versions in Arabic, Bengali, Punjabi and Urdu.
Useful advice for parents about where and how to use local NHS services in Manchester. Find helpful videos with translated versions in Arabic, Bengali, Punjabi and Urdu.
Levenshulme High School is working towards achieving the Leading Parent Partnership Award. The LPPA is a nationally recognised award achievable by schools who work very closely with the families of their pupils. The assessment is made by an external advisor.
We pride ourselves on the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum offer. We are in the fortunate position of already providing a comprehensive Personal, Social, Health and Relationships Education (PSHRE) to all of our young people.
Parent View is Ofsted’s new on-line questionnaire that allows parents and carers to give their views on their child’s school at anytime of the year.
We want our students to be proud of their work and proud of the school. Looking smart prepares our girl’s for the world of employment, beyond Levenshulme High School.
As a way of making it easier for you to track your daughter’s progress and attendance, you can download the SIMS Parent App for your smartphone.
The School firmly believes that each student should be given equality of opportunity to achieve her full potential – spiritually, academically and socially.
Teenagers love using their mobile phones. Whether it is watching videos on YouTube, scrolling through Instagram or gaming, children seem to be constantly glued to their phones.
We want to make sure that students are supported during their move from primary school to life here at Levenshulme..
Information from the Manchester City Council on how to claim Universal Credit, which brings together some existing benefits such as housing benefit and tax credits.
High attendance is imperative to allow our students to achieve their full potential. Take a look at the tips on this page to help keep your daughters attendance at a high level.
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Levenshulme High School
Academy / Executive Headteacher: Dr J. MacKinnon PhD
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Please direct all queries in the first instance to Mrs Tebb