Development News

  1. Lauren awarded the Ogden Prize

    We’re very proud that, for the eighth time in the last thirteen years, the Ogden Prize for the highest marks in the region in the A Level Geography examinations has been awarded to a Withington student. Lauren Cain, from the …

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  2. International Women’s Day 2020 – Can you help?

    To celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, we are hoping to run a series of talks, workshops and forums on gender equality in the workplace on Thursday 12th March.

    The event aims to equip our Sixth Form students with the tools …

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  3. Green Flag Status Renewed

    A great year for Eco Society has culminated with the renewal of the Eco-Schools Green Flag Award! Withington has now been recognised continuously as a Green Flag School since 2010 and the Award recognises the efforts of the School’s ‘Eco’ …

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  4. Wonderful Withington Christmas 2019

    A new Withington tradition was born this December with the inaugural Manchester Sings event, initiated by Withington’s Director of Music, Mrs Gillian Sargent. Inspirational, moving and just a spectacle to behold, nearly 250 children gave an unforgettable performance at Manchester …

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  5. Manchester Sings

    A sea of colourful t-shirts, lots of smiling faces and the heart-warming sound of a massed choir of young voices filled Manchester Cathedral on Wednesday 4th December as pupils from seven schools came together to perform for an audience of …

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  6. Alumna Imogen talks about careers in Music

    It was a pleasure to welcome Imogen Lewis Holland (Class of 2007) back to Withington last Friday. Director of Music, Gilly Sargent, invited Imogen to talk to current pupils from Year 9 to Sixth Form about careers in music.

    Although …

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  7. Sustaining People and Places – Founders’ Day 2019

    Withington commemorated its 129th Founders’ Day at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on 7th October with an evening of inspirational speeches, readings and musical celebrations on the theme of ‘Sustaining People and Places’.

    

    Thought-provoking talks included a fascinating insight into the …

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