Consultation on a proposed increase to the Published Admission Number (PAN) from 200 to 220 in year 7 to 11 at Levenshulme High School.
Congratulations and well done to the class of 2023 on their results this year.
The Manchester Safeguarding Partnership (MSP) are working with Qustodio to provide some great offers for parents who have children attending a Manchester school.
'Walking Wednesdays' begins 24th May 2023 and will continue every Wednesday during half term 6.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase STEM careers, students from Levenshulme High School and The East Manchester Academy (one of our partner schools) were given the opportunity to take part in a 'Maths in Careers' event, hosted at Levenshulme High School.
Our Pass offers 16-18 year olds 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.
Youth Travel Ambassadors at Levenshulme High School have won £500 for their Active Transport Project.
Levenshulme High School’s production of 'Matilda' took place on the the 14th, 15th and16th of February 2023, playing to a full house every night.
Year 11 Geography students visited Salford Quays and Media City, to complete their human fieldwork.
World Book Day is on Thursday 2nd March 2023, and as part of it, all students can get a free book!
As part of the school's eco-club activities, students visited Longley Lane Recycling Centre on Friday 3rd February 2023.
A collection of links and resources, which can help to support mental health, resilience, emotional health and wellbeing.
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’.
Year 11 students completed their Geography fieldwork at Longdendale Valley in the Peak District.
Eco Leaders at Levenshulme High School have achieved the Eco School Green Flag Award, for their outstanding contributions towards the eco-cause.
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.
We knew the class of 2022 had done brilliantly managing their GCSEs, and these results prove it. We are delighted with how well our students have done, and they should be incredibly proud of themselves.
We have been made aware of a new feature that Snapchat released recently, called ‘Meet Up’.
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 to Levenshulme High School. We are extremely excited to welcome you to our school and look forward to meeting you in half term 6 for our transition days.
Levenshulme High School was transported to the streets of Agrabah with its school production of Aladdin on the 15-17th of February 2022, playing to a full house every night.
The Children's Commissioner for England announced today the launch of a guide on how parents could best deal with sex-related issues.
Following feedback from parents/carers, we've completely redesigned the 'Parents and Carers' section of our website, to make it more accessible.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase STEM activities and ensure students work together as a team with their peers, Year 7 students took part in technology activities with the RAF and teambuilding activities with the Manchester United Foundation.
Our school is partnering with Manchester United Foundation. The Foundation is a charitable organisation that works with us to deliver motivational and inspiring projects to our pupils, with the goal of helping them reach their full potential.
Congratulations to the wonderful class of 2021 on their outstanding and well-earned GCSE results.
We try to make our website as accessible as we can, which is why we feature a translator; so users can access the vast majority of our content in various different languages.
What are you going to be doing over the school holidays? Marcus Rashford MBE explains why you might want to sign your child up to the Government’s expanded Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF).
This Clean Air Day (Thursday 17 June 2021) helps protect our health from air pollution. Join with your community to create cleaner, safer streets, where children can learn and play safely.
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