We have recently seen British Science Week have quite an impact on our staff and students. Budding scientists at CMA dissected lungs and eyes, made slime, wrote about potion-making, took part in educational trips and welcomed Manchester University, who hosted a Flash Bang Extravaganza for CMA and Rushbrook pupils. At South Shore meanwhile, the entire […]
A happy 10th birthday to the superb studio at Melland. The Media Studio is focused on serving the needs of our staff and pupils by providing them with the opportunity to use technology in effective and creative ways. This involves providing the tools, making those tools accessible to the whole school, and encouraging their use […]
Students and staff from every school in the Trust came together to celebrate different disciplines in the arts through a number of workshops. There was music making, mosaic work, drama, animation, dance and visual arts through giant puppet-making. Watch the entire event which was captured by our talented Melland student reporters and media team.
Students and staff at Melland High School in Gorton are celebrating after Ofsted yet again rated the Bright Futures Educational Trust academy “OUTSTANDING”! In a report to principal Mrs Sue Warner which is laden with praise and recognition of the excellent education the Academy provides its students, Ofsted inspectors highlighted that “Leaders, governors and staff […]
Sue Warner, Principal of Melland High School, an ‘Outstanding’ SEND specialist academy, explains how schools can develop teaching and learning to better support less able students. In my role as principal of a specialist SEND cademy and through partnership working, I’m regularly asked by other professionals how our provision differs from mainstream settings. Whilst I understand the interest in specialist facilities such as a sensory studio or hydrotherapy pool, I feel that in focussing on resources, equipment […]