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Staff and students return to school after the Easter break on Tuesday 22nd April 2014.

Levenshulme school using technology to beat bullies
A school says computer software which allows pupils to report threats and name-calling at the push of a button is helping it beat bullying.
Inspectors placed Levenshulme High School in special measures last summer after students complained they felt victimised and unsafe.  New headteacher Patsy Kane has introduced changes, including appointing a team of anti-bullying ambassadors who can help sort out problems.
Ofsted Monitoring Inspection of Levenshulme High School
We are pleased to post the latest report from the recent Ofsted monitoring visit.
We are proud of the progress that has been made and we are all committed to focus on areas which we know still need to improve.
Please click below to download the document
Ofsted Monitoring Inspection
Schools Art garden
The Art garden is beginning to take shape and we hope it will become a place for reflection and inspiration in between the old school building and the new school building. Pupils studying Art in year 10 worked alongside artist Chris Oldham to create abstract willow sculptures inspired by natural forms such as leaves, seeds and pods.


 It is a great pleasure and privilege to be the Executive Headteacher for Levenshulme High School. It is a vibrant and diverse community of learners and an exciting place to work and study.
We value our global community and focus on achieving ambitious academic goals as well as ensuring all students stay safe and develop into confident, empowered young women who can face the future with confidence. We encourage all our students to be enterprising and to take up leadership opportunities around school. There are exciting lessons and rich learning opportunities outside of lessons.
The school enjoys excellent facilities and beautiful grounds. We are forward looking and want to prepare our young women for active leadership roles in their family, their community and our wonderful city.
If you would like to come and see the school at work, please contact the school and ask for a guided tour. We would be proud to show you around.
Patsy Kane. M.A.
Executive Headteacher
Sharing perspectives,
Like playing detectives.
Words are effective,
Racism is highly emotive.
Multiculturalism should stay connected,
Not be neglected.
Society becomes more active,
Other societies are attracted.
Put your feet in their shoes,
Doesn’t matter if they’re a
Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Christian or a Jew.
By Sehar Jabeen.
Dedication to Mariya, for being supportive.

“We want as many schools as possible to tackle LGBT equality, we want every student to be proud of who they are. Educate and Celebrate is not just about fighting prejudice it’s about celebration” Yvette Cooper MP, Shadow Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities
"Elly Barnes has devoted her career to helping schools become environments in which LGBT students and teachers can thrive without fear of discrimination."
From September 2013, Levenhulme High school will be working towards becoming the first school in Manchester to be ‘officially’ LGBT friendly!

Please see Elly’s website for more information

School Address : Levenshulme High School, Crossley Road, Levenshulme, Manchester, M19 1FS 
Tel : 0161 224 4625          Fax : 0161 256 1170          Email office@levenshulmehigh.org
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