Schools

The participating schools in Manchester and Lancaster are:

 

logoTrinity Church of England School

“Trinity Church of England High is a vibrant, diverse, creative and innovative academy, promoting the values of the Church of England yet at the same time welcoming students of other Christian denominations and different faiths….Trinity’s examination results are well above local and national averages and we have a commitment to the use of technology across the curriculum. We offer a vast range of activities beyond the classroom, notably in sport, music, drama and dance. We hold the highest curriculum awards for sport, the arts and Religious Education.” Read more...

 

Abraham MossAbraham Moss

“Abraham Moss is a community school. Our values and moral purpose are central to what we do. We are committed to celebrating diversity; promoting harmony and tolerance; creating a learning community for pupils, staff and parents where respectful and courteous behaviour is the norm both in and out of school. We are committed to inclusion and ensuring no child or family is left behind. We are committed to achieving academic excellence and outstanding progress for all our children.” Read more…

 

ChorltonChorlton High School

“Chorlton High School is a vibrant and truly comprehensive school that prides itself on being a centre of learning excellence for the Chorlton community….We are a mixed, multi-cultural and multi-faith school catering for students aged 11-16 and are proud to be at the heart of our local community with strong, effective links with local Primary Schools, Sixth Form providers, Further Education colleges and local businesses. Our latest Ofsted report (September 2011) highlights many ‘Outstanding’ features along with the school’s resolute focus on nurturing, supporting and inspiring all of its students.” Read more…

 

LGGSLancaster Girls’ Grammar School

“Established in 1907 at the Storey Institute, LGGS has occupied the current site between Regent Street, Queen Street, High Street and Lindow Square since 1913. We are a selective state school with a very strong academic record. However, we also place great emphasis on the development of the “whole person”. We currently have around nine hundred girls on roll including approximately 354 in the Sixth Form. Almost all of our Year 11 students continue their AS/A2 studies at LGGS….Parents particularly value the way in which we are able to maintain high academic standards and still provide and encourage a full range of extra-curricular activities to enable students to become mature, confident adults.” Read more…

 

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