With more than 1700 students and 46 languages spoken, Whalley Range is a place where linguistic and cultural heritages are celebrated and experienced every day in a spirit of tolerance and respect.
We were delighted to have the students and staff take part in MACFEST 2018.
Delighted to welcome our new schools and colleges partners who are hosting MACFEST days or organising art and culture activities for MACFEST UK 2023.Thank you to the amazing teachers and Headteachers, Principal and Managers for organising these incredible MACFEST events.
We were delighted to have staff and students get involved and hold a wonderful event: ‘Past Muslim Scientists’ - an exhibition of Muslim contribution to the modern world, with both community members and year 11 students taking part.
"It was a pleasure and privilege to be part of MACFEST" Headteacher Dr MacKinnon
We were delighted to have the staff and studens take part in the festival's Launch and Musical Finale with their beautiful performance of Dabka.
MACFEST Founder and Director, Qaisra Shahraz presented a trophy to Headteacher Munira Alsusa and the school children and staff who took part in the festival.
We were delighted to have Bosnian school children perform at the MACFEST Launch event. The school showcased the tradition and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovin.
MACFEST Founder and Director, Qaisra Shahraz presented the school with a trophy to celebrate their involvement and dedication to the festival.
We were delighted to have the children of Cheetham Church of England Community Academy present their work on refuge and safe places at MACFEST 2018.
The students discussed important issues that are at the heart of the festival's mission.
Abraham Moss Community School hosted a fantastic exhibition at the Inclusion Centre.
The school children presented a fascinating exhibition about Pakistan and gave performances to staff and parents. We got the chance to talk about the festival and the importance of celebrating Muslim arts and culture.