Two Loreto Grammar School sixth form students said they felt privileged to visit the “harrowing” First World War battlegrounds on a special trip to commemorate the Centenary of Armistice Day.
The pupils at Wellington School in Timperley have been working hard to create a corridor full of remembrance artwork honouring those who lost their lives at war.
Pupils on free school meals in Altrincham and Sale perform better at secondary school than any other constituency in the country, according to research published by the House of Commons Library.
A 17-year-old Altrincham student saw his school artwork snapped up for £500 after it was exhibited at a Hale gallery.
GCSE results improved again at St Ambrose College with acting principal Dermot Rainey paying tribute to the boys’ resilience and “healthy competitive spirit”.
Loreto Grammar School’s identical twins Hannah and Lucy O’Donnell said team work was the secret to their identical grades in identical subjects in their A Levels.
Loreto Grammar School’s ground-breaking STEM team has won the North of England and Scotland’s Enthuse Award for the quality of its continuing professional development in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths teaching.
A former Royal Marine has been named Head Master of Altrincham Grammar School for Boys.
Former pupils and staff treated to afternoon tea as part of Wellington School’s anniversary celebrations
It was a case of ‘back to school’ for 160 former pupils and staff who were treated to afternoon tea at Wellington School in Timperley recently.
The swing band at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys has taken the top national award at the UK’s largest big band festival.
St Ambrose College sixth formers felt the bitter blast of homelessness when the night they spent sleeping on the streets coincided with second coming of the Beast from the East.
Loreto Grammar School’s new Head Girl Grace Burke is no stranger to taking centre stage having danced at the Birmingham Hippodrome, Blackpool Opera House and Alton Towers.
Loreto Grammar School’s STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Coordinator Elaine Manton has been made a Churchill Fellow.
St Ambrose College students have returned to the school they helped to establish in Sierra Leone for the first time since the Ebola crisis.
Two students from Altrincham Grammar School for Boys have been selected to compete at the UK finals of a science and engineering competition.
St Ambrose College has achieved a unique hat-trick of county titles across the age spectrum.
It’s finally cool to be in a choir,” says St Ambrose College’s director of music Aled Phillips, who has overseen a hat-trick of top prizes at the Bowdon Music Festival.
Super fit young climber Joseph Xiberras is aiming even higher after finishing second in the national indoor climbing championships.
Altrincham school defends decision to stop referring to pupils as “girls” over fears it could offend transgender students
An Altrincham school has defended its decision to stop referring to pupils as “girls” over fears it will offend transgender pupils.
Former St Ambrose College schoolboy Damian Hinds has been appointed Education Secretary in today’s government reshuffle.