May half term school holidays are fast approaching. MCRactive and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefits related free school meals, and those with no recourse to public funds, to access a variety of activities over the May half term period.
Reading can have a huge impact on children’s wellbeing and ability to cope during challenging times.
Our Year 10 boys football team recently competed in and won the first Manchester United Foundation ‘Stay Safe’ football tournament, held at Stretford High School.
As a 'well done' for an exceptional season, the Year 8 boys football team were treated to a surprise visit to meet Manchester United’s U18’s squad, as they prepared for a Youth Cup final.
Eight of our Year 10 students completed the FA Playmakers award this term with the support of MU Foundation. The FA Playmaker is a prerequisite course for the FA Introduction to Football Coaching.
To conclude the MUFoundation Lead-HER-ship Project, a group of female students were challenged to plan and host two football events.
As you know The East Manchester Academy is part of a Multi-Academy Trust, the Education and Leadership Trust, which currently has three academies, Whalley Range 11-18 High School, Levenshulme High School and The East Manchester Academy.
The NCS programme offers young people, aged 16-17, a once in a lifetime opportunity to do something meaningful with their summer break, as well as a chance to develop skills and take on new challenges that will set them up for adult life.
Please see the bus service timetable for TEMA, which contains information on the services that will operate for our academy during the 2022/23 academic year.
The Children's Commissioner for England announced today the launch of a guide on how parents could best deal with sex-related issues.
Social media sites can be a welcome addition to all our lives and are a great way of keeping in touch with friends and family, as well as keeping up with news and entertainment. However, if used inappropriately they can be hateful, harmful places to be which can put the user at risk, sometimes wi...
At TEMA we believe that the curriculum is the sum total of everything that we hope students learn throughout their time with us.
As part of the school's partnership with the Mexican embassy, students were given the opportunity to speak to the Mexican Ambassador to the UK about the Day of the Dead.
The evening took place on Thursday 4th November 2021 and was a huge success. We've made a digital copy of the slides available here on our website, so you can look back on the information that was presented.
Introducing the Parent Toolkit by GCSEPod, a kit that provides parents/carers with top tips on supporting their child outside of the classroom, through GCSEPod's award winning learning and revision materials.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded The Rainbow Flag Award (September 2021), which is a testament to our commitment for LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Our school is partnering with Manchester United Foundation. The Foundation is a charitable organisation that works with us to deliver motivational and inspiring projects to our pupils, with the goal of helping them reach their full potential.
Today we would like to congratulate the class of 2021 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.
Make sure your children and young people are safe - ask the right questions at an out-of-school setting.
As part of the school's commitment to promote the wide range of careers in healthcare, Year 9 students were given the opportunity to take part in a Medical Mavericks event at TEMA.
As a reward for the hard work and commitment shown this year through their Inspires sessions, students went on a tour of the Etihad Stadium.
Our Year 11s have been taking part in two weeks of bespoke activities to support them in their transition to post 16.
This Clean Air Day (Thursday 17 June 2021) helps protect our health from air pollution. Join with your community to create cleaner, safer streets, where children can learn and play safely.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard. This in recognition of our excellent careers education, information, advice and guidance provision incorporating Gatsby Benchmarks.
As part of Manchester Week students were challenged to create a poem/song/rap or short story, to explain why they think Manchester is such a great place to live.
To help bring a lovely end to the Easter term, The East Manchester Academy received 48 special gift boxes, donated by the Manchester United Foundation and Adidas, to reward students.
TEMA students cooked up a storm in our latest TEMA inter-house competition.
TEMA opens up over Easter to deliver six days of sport as part of the Department for Education’s Holiday Active project.
To support LGBT+ History Month, we ran a portrait competition for all students.