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Visit from the Lord Mayor of Manchester


On Monday 25th April, The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress of Manchester, visited Wright Robinson College. Led by the Head Boy, Head Girl and student group, the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress were able to see the excellent facilities and opportunities on offer for the young people of Wright Robinson.  

The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress enjoyed the visit  and sent their thanks to  the staff and pupils for making it such a great visit.


Y11 Mock Court Trial

A  number of Year 11 students recently took part in a mock court trial. In session 1 students were given two actual past criminal cases and had to work in groups as prosecution and defense. In Session 2 they met John Hera who is a current criminal defence lawyer.

After an informative presentation from John about his career to date and a Q & A after, students had to present their arguments to him for the prosecution and defense. He then gave feedback and suggestions on other things they could have used in their cases.

Students felt they learnt a lot from Mr Hera and it was a valuable insight into the life of a lawyer.




Y10 Manchester University Trip

On Thursday 31st March, 60 Year 10 students visited The University of Manchester. The students took part in a campus tour and a workshop on Higher Education.  Working in groups, the students created their own Society for university students and presented their ideas to the whole group. Students also had a chance to speak to current student ambassadors about their experience of university.



BBC Literacy Event 

On Friday 11th March, to mark the centenary of the BBC, we were fortunate enough at Wright Robinson College to host a ‘Share Your Story’ event with the BBC. We listened to some incredibly motivating and inspiring stories which encouraged us to share our own unique and compelling life stories too!



Sport Relief Week (14th - 18th March) 

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National Careers Week (7th - 11th March)

For National Careers Week the whole school have been wearing their " I want to be" badges showing their career aspirations for the future. Teachers have joined in by displaying posters with details of their previous jobs. Form time has been about looking at different career sectors and watching videos of various job roles within each sector. Virtual Careers Fairs enable students to look around at job areas that interest them and find out more about job pathways and qualifications required.


World Book Day- Thursday 3rd March 

Teamwork has yet again brought us all together this year in our celebration of World Book Day at Wright Robinson College. Everyone came together and made the day a huge success with so many different activities, competitions and events throughout the day. A huge thank you and well done to all our staff and students who participated in World Book Day this year. From Cruella Deville to Harry Potter, I don’t think we’ve ever seen such a range of different costumes. The effort all our students put in was phenomenal and we’ve never seen so many students get involved in dressing up. Our winners this year were especially chosen by Mr Haworth and the winners will each receive a book voucher to support them in their reading; either in their GCSE studies or their reading for pleasure. Well done Wright Robinson.

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