Ofsted and CQC have been conducting visits to local areas regarding SEND arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic, to look at how Manchester has supported children and young people with special educational needs. They would really appreciate your views.
Congratulations to four of our students who recently completed the online FA Playmaker course!
Following the Government’s announcement, we are very excited to be welcoming all of our students back to TEMA on Monday 8th March.
As of 8th March 2021 the school bus service for The East Manchester Academy will resume, following the Government's announcement that all students will be returning to school.
A powerful workshop from the BRAVE (Building Resilience Against Violence and Extremism) project shared experiences with students, created awareness, and delivered important messages about 'keeping kids safe'.
As part of the school's commitment to commemorate the Holocaust Memorial Day, we ran a competition for all students to finish Leon’s Poem.
MUFoundation and Fareshare commit 100 weekly food parcels to support TEMA families struggling with hardship.
A local greengrocer has been donating fresh fruit and vegetables to the weekly foodbank here at TEMA.
We have been informed by Ofsted that they will be inspecting our school on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th February 2021.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 9th February 2021 and this year’s theme is ‘an Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world’.
Our City Inspires cohort took part in the very first mental health workshop provided by City in the Community as part of its new ‘Cityzens Giving for Recovery’ project.
City in the Community and TEMA have been working together to support students during lockdown.
GCSEPod have the perfect webinar schedule to help motivate students, get into the zone and bolster their self-belief (even from home!)
Here at TEMA, we've been celebrating Black History Month 2021.
As part of the school's commitment to commemorate the Holocaust Memorial Day, we are running a competition for all students to finish Leon’s Poem.
At TEMA we promote and support Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), the international day on the 27th of January, to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, and the millions of people killed under Nazi persecution and in genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
We are always looking to see how we can best support our students and families. We would be really grateful if you could complete the following survey so that we can evaluate our current provision and plan our support for the coming year.
As part of our commitment to being an LGBT+ inclusive school, we have been participating in The Rainbow Flag Award through The Proud Trust. We are pleased to announce that we have successfully completed the first section of this award for 2021, and that our staff are now 'Skilled Teachers' in challenging LGBT+ phobia and using LGBT+ positive terminology.
The TEMA community raises £3,000 to fund the TEMA foodbank.
We hope you are well and enjoying the live learning. Our teachers are working really hard to make sure students can keep learning. So you can focus on this, all you need to know is organised here.
Updates and guidance for parents/carers and students in relation to home learning up until the February half term.
STEM Returners programme for returning STEM professionals with Mott MacDonald in Altrincham.
Our prospectus gives a detailed insight into our facilities, philosophies, and general life at the academy.
MUFoundation are running a Christmas Card Competition with their partner high schools, and our Key Stage 3 students are invited to take part.
On Tuesday 20th October 2020 we were able to welcome special guests, representing a range of industries, as part of the Black History Month ‘Celebrating Excellence Careers Carousel’ event.
GCSEPod are providing a series of free webinars on multiple GCSEPod features, these webinars will be for students, parents and carers, and staff.
This year we'll be continuing our partnership with the Manchester United Foundation. For transparency, it is important that we highlight how data is used within this partnership.
We recognise that the curriculum extends beyond the academic, technical or vocational. We recognise that the curriculum is the entirety of learning opportunities offered to students both inside and outside the classroom.
At TEMA we believe that the curriculum is the sum total of everything that we hope students learn throughout their time with us.