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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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We had over 50 entries submitted for our poster competition. All entries are now on display in our Bexwyke Library. Well done to all who entered! https://t.co/ASHTO6wpFP

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Year 6 have also been enjoying the poetry of John Agard. In “Checking Out Me History”, he reflected on his own education in Guyana which he feels failed to develop his understanding of his own identity. https://t.co/UYaC3Msxm2

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Year 5 Card Game Club had a great time learning to play some new games today. https://t.co/pHJk5xVFjq

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Our Movie Makers spent the afternoon in pursuit of the perfect scene'. https://t.co/HbEEcW5hse

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Our Year 5 Hugh Oldham group had a great time learning to use a flint and steel, chopping vegetables and preparing a vegan stew. https://t.co/EVTS5t4jaj

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This morning, 5B studied John Agard's 'Checking Out Me History', drawing links between and . https://t.co/UFeRbwgy5n

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These pizza rolls look delicious but the clearing up is also impressive! https://t.co/8ktSfPjnoz

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Best of luck to our U14A football team who are playing this afternoon! https://t.co/vXGvmvZinT

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Year 10 Physics pupils have been learning about Moments - the turning effect of a force. The magnitude of a moment can be calculated using the equation: moment of a force = force × distance They have been putting the theories into practice with a wheel during lessons. https://t.co/pXppJvlWnI

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Our Middle School Electronics pupils have been working on creating circuits and conducting experiments, to observe the effects of light on resistance. https://t.co/bGwekuhlIq

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Year 7 pupils have been conducting experiments with salol (Phenyl salicylate) and learning about boiling points and melting points. They found out that it melts at about 45ºC and solidifies quickly at room temperature. https://t.co/nEEQiRtD4l

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Year 3 pupils have been learning about organs in the human body and their functions during General Science lessons! https://t.co/Jn6Kx0jZcu

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It was great to have Daniel Farley OM back in the Chemistry department this week to talk to our Senior ChemSoc students about Chemistry at Oxford Thank you Dan! A very useful session indeed. https://t.co/5z4B2bFKsI

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Our Y12 Engineers at EngSoc have been enjoying using the Dyson Engineering Box provided by - our pupils are delighted to work with this technology. https://t.co/AuWT7zsHzw

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Only a month to go until our next whole school Open Event - Open Morning on Saturday 5 November 9:30am-12pm. Details for September 2023 entry into , year 7 and year 12 are available: 👉https://t.co/RlIGPfXTZH Email k.heathcote.org for information! https://t.co/x8cUzdynHO

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This is our earliest teaching staff photograph. It dates from 1890 and was taken at Long Millgate in Manchester city centre, transporting us to a time when most teachers wore gowns https://t.co/FZVXSVuvHE

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It's - has employed many inspirational teachers over the years. Here are photos of four legendary members of staff - can you name all 4? https://t.co/kHbQBSMtzM

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6A had great fun playing a hot air balloon game in Maths to practise adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. https://t.co/6LYMd5eFwy

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The '21 Minutes in the Past' team recorded their latest show today, focusing on the process leading to Italian unification and some of the key individuals. https://t.co/J3bCzn9D0B https://t.co/c65tzop0eO

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Thanks to for this afternoons competitive fixtures. Superb to see our 6th formers officiating the various games https://t.co/YuMoqGSjhW

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