Join us at our annual Open Evening on Thursday 30th September 2021, from 4.30pm - 7.00pm.
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.
Please see the bus service timetable for TEMA, which contains information on the services that will operate for our academy during the 2021/22 academic year.
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.
What are you going to be doing over the school holidays? Marcus Rashford MBE explains why you might want to sign your child up to the Government’s expanded Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF).
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.
GM Higher have launched Parents Week, a week of free virtual events covering all you need to know about Higher Education (HE).
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.
Apprenticeships offer the opportunity to combine paid work in a real job while studying for a qualification, usually one day a week either at college or a training centre.
In this week’s issue, there's exciting news about free visits to a children’s adventure farm. There is also an opportunity to tell Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission about how Manchester has supported your family during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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.