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Founded in 1515, The Manchester Grammar School has established a reputation as one of the top academic schools in the country.

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6D and 6A had a wonderful time visiting the Fo Guang Shan Temple today. They had the opportunity to learn more about the importance of the Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Path and explored some of the shrines. https://t.co/wBNekKJBpL

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We are ready and excited for tomorrow! Our House captains can't wait to compete. Parents are welcome to come and support but please remember that there is no parking on site. https://t.co/6MrFQOLkvo

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Ahead of Sports Day tomorrow (weather allowing), here are some highlights from this week in the sunshine, featuring pupils of all ages and abilities enjoying just a few of the sports available to everyone from years 3 to 13… https://t.co/MAOMoBV23N

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Year 7 pupils enjoying their last Art lesson before their school exams tomorrow, learning about the colour wheel…and year 12 pupils also taking time to improve their skills this afternoon ahead of half term! https://t.co/GRItoA13ld

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This week's "hoot from the archive" is another spotlight on a notable Old Mancunian. Read more here: https://t.co/c7nTI1NQe0

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More highlights from Science Day when pupils worked carefully with soldering under the watchful eyes of year 12 pupils and staff - learning more about the process used for joining metal parts to form a or bond. https://t.co/8OstHKmJSh

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More highlights from Science Day with pupils working on their statapults and experimenting with different forces to obtain the furthest distance, whilst considering laws of and Physics…our thanks to for their time and efforts! https://t.co/B7AaZzWPrL

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Highlights from last week’s Science Day - OM James Guy (07-14) presenting a show to pupils exploring different properties of liquids which have the same physical appearance, but varying flammability! https://t.co/owEiLHjiVP

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What a great day at the STEM Olympics! Thank you for hosting. Our Year 9 team enjoyed every minute, especially the rocket launch 🚀🚀 https://t.co/kNyvF0jTVV

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Congratulations to Yr6 Ishaan G who represented U12s Vs - 3 wickets too, well done https://t.co/LmeAkcdW4d

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Another glorious night 💙🌟👏👏👏 https://t.co/Sd1Cjd5U5Z

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U11s reach the Final after today’s game Vs - well done boys ! https://t.co/0xDO5sv1Se

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Today it was 5F's turn to visit Stockport Air Raid Shelters as part of their History topic. They really enjoyed learning about what life was like for evacuees. https://t.co/XGEZqWGOIM

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Choir practice for after lunchtime today, bringing together pupils from years 3 - 6 and encouraging collaboration and the dedication required for an ensemble between all year groups. https://t.co/nMLZDeF8L0

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8W's bake sale raising money for the Appeal - good luck in this fundraising venture for such a worthy cause! https://t.co/EQYMikI6XU

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It's 5F's turn to visit Stockport Air Raid shelter today. They are touring the tunnels, learning about life as a child during WWII and playing some ‘wartime’ style games. https://t.co/GKsNlaQnqT

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6Y pupils practising their singing as part of their lesson, with many working on solo performances as well as . MGS caters for a wide range of abilities, from enthusiastic amateurs to more seriously committed or . https://t.co/snmRrrX7a1

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What a fantastic image of OM Matt Walton (79-86) who went to study Politics and History at after his A Level study. As part of his degree, he had an internship in Washington DC which led to this photo with in 1990. https://t.co/paeXRaBxgp

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More highlights from last week’s afternoon in Bexwyke Lodge, where pupils took on famous French and Spanish people in waxwork-form, coming to life and telling their stories in their target language, with an English translation! https://t.co/CyR4qwvj10

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Congratulations to U15 cricketers who progress to the National Semi-Final after winning by 36 runs Vs a strong side. Key contributions with the bat from Wong (74) Rao (46) & R.Flintoff (46*) whilst Gawne took 4-31. Well done to all involved https://t.co/qNLcak7lhg

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