Going further with Cooperating for Learning and for Life in September 2020 - our approach to student conduct.
An update from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS Test and Trace, with regards to testing and shielding in schools and colleges.
We know that the past few months have been a very strange time for everyone but all of our staff are very excited for our children to return in September and are very much looking forward to welcoming them all back.
Today we would like to congratulate the class of 2020 on their fantastic GCSE results. The entire academy community are incredibly proud of what you have achieved, not only in your final results but the many successes you have achieved throughout your last five years at TEMA.
A MASSIVE thank you and well done to all of the students who accepted the challenge set by the MU Foundation. And here are the winners...
NCS (National Citizen Service) have launched a new initiative for Year 11s, to help fill the gap for those students who were due to take part in their full programme this summer.
With us working from home during this time, it’s important that we stay active and keep our minds busy. The Premier League season is now back up and running so The Manchester United Foundation would like to give TEMA students the opportunity, to use your creativity to start your own football club from scratch!
We had a fantastic response to our Art Competition with some truly wonderful entries. And the winner is...
An essential guide for new students and their families who are joining us at The East Manchester Academy.
Don't forget, students and their families can access our food bank service when collecting work packs. Social distancing measures have been put in place.
We are very happy to be able to finally welcome Year 10 back to school from Monday 22nd June. We appreciate that this has been an extremely difficult time for our students and families.
Paper based work packs are available for collection from the school sports hall on Friday afternoons. These packs can also be accessed digitally via frog.
Created by The Manchester College in collaboration with TEMA, this booklet can be accessed by all Year 11 students, no matter what college you are planning to attend, to help support your transition to college.
Thanks for all of the wonderful poems entered in to our 'A Moment in Time' poetry competition for students. And here are the winners!
Manchester City Council are offering support for anyone living in the Greater Manchester area, who is having difficulties with digital aspects of life.
Preparing for the move from primary to secondary school is very exciting but a little daunting. We work really hard to make sure that every child who joins us feels well prepared. The information here should provide all you need to know about TEMA and how we work.
One Education have created a helpline for parents/carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and for Early Help professionals within the Manchester local authority.
Lockdown has been, and will continue to be, a difficult time for many of us, but what we must remember is that this is a huge part of history and something students will learn about in the future.
As school currently remains closed to most students, we wanted to get in touch to give you some useful information and contact details. There are still staff in the school building every day and should you need any help or advice, please phone the school.
A fantastic illustrated book for children, to help them understand the Coronavirus.
A message from Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) for all GCSE, AS and A level students this summer.
Working together between the Academy and parents/carers is essential if we are to raise awareness of eSafety. We encourage parents/carers to get involved with their child’s online world and discuss any issues they are having.
We have taken the decision to partially close the academy from Wednesday 18th March 2020. The academy will be closed to Year 8 and 9 and will remain open for those in Years 7, 10 and 11.
TEMA are celebrating National Careers Week (2nd - 7th March 2020) with a range of activities to encourage the students to focus on their future career paths.
Year 9 students were given the opportunity to take part in the 2020 Teen Tech event in Manchester, and came away as winners of the 'Best Digital Innovation' award.
A pop-up community grocer is coming to Beswick Library and they're looking for local residents to join their volunteer team.
Year 10 students were given a fantastic opportunity to visit the University of Cambridge, as part of a careers trip to help raise aspirations and give students a taste of Higher Education.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 11th February and this year’s theme is ‘together for a better internet’.