Kingswood Residential: Information for Year 7s who will be Year 8 in September 2016

Wright Robinson College is a non-selective, co-educational 11 to 16 year old school, situated in East Manchester. Our purpose built premises opened in 2007 and include specialist teaching rooms for Science, ICT, Computing, Art, Technology and Music. There is also a state of the art Library, as well as enviable sports facilities which house a 25m Swimming Pool, a Double Sports Hall, Dance Studio and Fitness Suite. Our modern classrooms are well designed and every room has a projector and many have visualisers. Outside there are floodlit courts as well as two 3G pitches and one (SIS pro soccer 60) 3G Carpet. These excellent facilities enable us to offer a huge range of subjects, as well as an extensive programme of extra-curricular activities.

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Wright Robinson is a college which places great emphasis on the excellent relationships which exist between students and between staff and students. The ‘Team Wright Robinson’ ethos underpins this philosophy. Students and Staff wear ‘Team Wright Robinson’ badges with pride.  Students are taught that with a combination of hard work and self belief they will achieve their potential.

Student behaviour is ‘Outstanding’ and this has led to Wright Robinson College being a disciplined,caring and inspiring environment where everyone feels safe.

Our motto is ‘Excellence is our Aim’ and we take pride in doing everything possible to ensure that our students achieve their full academic potential, in a safe and caring environment.

Please take a look around our website and see what is happening at Wright Robinson College.


Headteacher's Message

Read headteacher, Mr Beischer’s welcome message

Staff Recruitment

Staff Recruitment

Find out more about working at Wright Robinson College



for Staff and Students


Wright Robinson Leisure

Check out the facilities and opening times for Wright Robinson Leisure

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