Niamh Hayden

  1. The Gambia 2022

    Fourteen Lower Sixth pupils and four members of WGS staff embarked on the first visit to The Gambia since 2019 during the final week of the Autumn Term. The trip was led by Ms Browning, accompanied by Miss Bruce, Mrs …

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  2. WGS Top 50 for Sport

    Withington Girls’ School has achieved its highest ever ranking by School Sport Magazine as a top sporting school in the UK. Of all the schools listed in the ‘Top 200 Sporting Schools of 2022’, WGS is named 43rd.

    The ranking …

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  3. Senior Citizens’ Christmas Tea Party 2022

    In the words of that popular Christmas song, it certainly was ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ when Withington was again able to open its doors to our friends from the local area for the Senior Citizen’s Christmas Tea …

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  4. Fourth consecutive Sunday Times accolade for Withington

    Withington Girls’ School is celebrating being named Independent Secondary School of the Year in the North West in the prestigious Sunday Times Schools Guide, Parent Power, which will be published on Sunday 11th December. It is the fourth consecutive year …

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  5. Manchester Sings 2022: We’re all in this together

    Seven schools from across Greater Manchester unite for Manchester Sings 

    Withington Girls’ School senior and junior pupils gathered with children from six Greater Manchester primary schools in the spectacular setting of Manchester Cathedral on Tuesday 29th November to perform together …

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  6. WGS PrideSoc

    PrideSoc at Withington provides a safe and inclusive space for pupils to talk about LGBTQ+ issues and celebrate the rich contributions that LGBTQ+ people make to society.

    PrideSoc launched with a whole school assembly on National Coming Out Day on …

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  7. Withington Staff Experience Language and Cultural Enrichment

    Withington Girls’ School was fortunate to receive Erasmus funding from the European Union for a staff language and cultural programme to enhance our understanding of other cultures and languages.

    Under the theme of ‘Empathy, Enrichment, Enhancement’, 20 members of staff …

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  8. Settling in at Senior School

    The transition from junior school to senior school is an exciting yet potentially testing time for children – new teachers, new subjects, new friends and navigating their way around a much bigger school site are among the opportunities and challenges …

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