As parents/carers we often hear from schools, TV, campaigns etc. 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.
Welcome to our school's 'Virtual Tour'. Hear from our Co-Headteachers and learn more about our school and its faculties.
This year National Careers Week will run from the 1st - 6th March 2021. Levenshulme high will be supporting and celebrating Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG), which ultimately prepares young people for life after education.
As part of the school's careers provision, Levenshulme is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week, which will take place across the country from 8th - 12th February 2021.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 9th February 2021 and this year’s theme is ‘an Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world’.
Parental guidance and information for our remote education provision at Levenshulme High School.
This year we’ll be continuing our partnership with the Manchester United Foundation. For transparency, it is important that we highlight how data is used within this partnership.
An update from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS Test and Trace, with regards to testing and shielding in schools and colleges.
If you are returning to England from overseas, please read this important health and safety information carefully.
Congratulations to the wonderful class of 2020 on their outstanding and well-earned GCSE results.
We were delighted to hear that our school has been rated fourth best in Greater Manchester in the 2020 real schools guide.
Everyone has had to be extra creative this summer! But in true Mancunian style, there are some great things planned for SEND families in the city, and all for free!
The summer holidays are often a time to relax and have fun after a long year of studying at school. However, with Coronavirus, months of schools being closed, and social distancing rules, the six week break might feel a bit different and strange this year.
Get the latest news, stories and photos from Levenshulme High in the Summer 2020 edition of our school magazine. Now available to download!
A message from Transport for Greater Manchester in regards to face covering exceptions on public transport.
Manchester City Council are offering support to Manchester residents who are struggling with things such as food, medicine, company, bills and online services.
Students at Manchester high schools and colleges are invited to send in their responses to life in lockdown. Entries can be letters, poems, short stories or reports, up to one page in length.
Important safety information and guidance, directly from Transport for Greater Manchester.
We have been asked to forward information from some of our uniform suppliers, in relation to orders, delivery etc.
Today the Levenshulme Bee Network launch the Vision Map for Our Active Neighbourhood, setting out the first physical steps on a locally driven vision to trial and build an ambitious walking and cycling friendly neighbourhood for Manchester. Levenshulme High was proud to send representatives to get involved in the planning process and we are thrilled to announce the launch here on our website.
Manchester City Council are offering support for anyone living in the Greater Manchester area, who is having difficulties with digital aspects of life.
One Education have created a helpline for parents/carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and for Early Help professionals within the Manchester local authority.
Levenshulme High School remains closed for the time being. We will update you as and when things change.
A list of local organisations providing food and essentials for families to make use of in the local area.
A fantastic illustrated book for children, to help them understand the Coronavirus.
A message from Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) for all GCSE, AS and A level students this summer.
ChatHealth is a safe and secure way for young people aged 11-16 to get advice and support about health related issues, directly from the school nurse.
Arrangements for children who have to be in school for Monday 23 March and Tuesday 24 March 2020.
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