Parents and Carers

Welcome to our Parents and Carers section, which aims to provide you with everything you need all in one central place.

ParentPay

As of September 2017 we changed the way we accept payments for School Meals, Trips and Events. Payments are only accepted online via the ParentPay website or by cash at a PayPoint at local retailers*. Cash is no longer accepted in school for these items.

Reading

We often hear about how important reading is for us – it is so important for our young people to focus on reading for pleasure just as much as they read for their studies.
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Academy Day

Our Academy Day is divided into three main learning sections followed by after school activities.
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Academy Uniform

The Official Academy Uniform must be worn by all students at all times, without exception
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Careers Advice

At our Academy students are offered comprehensive advice and a wide range of opportunities to develop their awareness about future careers. We want all of our pupils to aim high and reach their full potential.

E-safety

Working together between the Academy and parents/carers is essential if we are to raise awareness of e-safety. We encourage parents/carers to get involved with their child’s online world and discuss any issues they are having.

Extra Curricular Activities

We place great value on extra-curricular activities and encourage all pupils to participate on a regular basis. There will be a wide range of activities and plenty of opportunities to participate in clubs, societies and sport.
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Parent Letters

An archive of our latest parent letters for you to download.
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Policies

Our policies aim to provide parents/carers, staff, and students with clear information about the organisation and ethos of The East Manchester Academy. These policies help us to work together to do the best for those in our care.
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Pupil Premium and Literacy and Numeracy Spending

Pupil Premium funding is given to public schools in England to spend on raising the attainment of disadvantaged students. Schools with a Year 7 cohort also receive a Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up Premium to spend on supporting students who have not achieved at least a level 4 in reading and/or maths at Key Stage 2.

School Bus Services 2018/19

Please see the bus timetable for The East Manchester Academy below, which contains information on the services that will operate for our school during the 2018/2019 academic year.
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Who to Contact

Key contact information for parents/carers, to help you find the right person to deal with your enquiry.
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