Consultation on a proposed increase to the Published Admission Number (PAN) from 1,000 to 1,100 in year 7 to 11 at The East Manchester Academy.
During the run-up to Maths Week, Key Stage 3 students have been 'rocking out' their times tables.
During the 2023/24 academic year, One Education's MyHub Music Centre will be available here at The East Manchester Academy, every Wednesday night, for FREE!
With College and Sixth Form open days happening soon, it's time to start thinking about your next steps after GCSEs. Most open day events require you to register in advance.
Congratulations and well done to the class of 2023 on their results this year.
As part of the school’s vision to equip students with the skills, abilities, attributes and qualifications to be active, global citizens, Students were given the opportunity to take part in a Q&A session with Famil Ismailov, News Editor for BBC News Russia.
As part of the school's commitment to providing students with valuable knowledge and experiences, we have continued this year to promote reading for meaning, fluency and pleasure.
As part of the Comino Foundation’s Power of 6 Project, six Year 8 students designed a workshop with their Industry Mentor and Digital Project Manager, Rich Jones, and delivered it to over thirty students from other schools across Manchester.
As part of TEMA’s Manchester Week celebration, two colleagues from MVIS Ltd in Matlock, Derbyshire visited Year 8 students to share their career paths and immerse students in a design task.
The Manchester Safeguarding Partnership (MSP) are working with Qustodio to provide some great offers for parents who have children attending a Manchester school.
Year 7 students visited the seaside at Fairhaven Lake in Lytham St. Annes, as part of The TEMA Offer.
Five of our Key Stage 3 students completed a two-day Manchester United 'Young Leaders Award', hosted at Old Trafford stadium.
Our Pass offers 16-18 year olds free bus travel on local bus services across Greater Manchester, making it easier to access education, work, training, culture and leisure opportunities in the city/region.
Our Academy’s facilities can be booked via EDU Lettings and include: 3G Pitch Sports Hall Dance Studio Drama Studio Theatre Classrooms Netball Courts Car Parking (on matchdays) Please follow the link below to see what’s available and to enquire about making a booking: Learn More Booki...
As part of the school's commitment to celebrating our community, Student Leaders hosted their very own Diversity Show.
During Food Technology lessons as part of Diversity Week, students planned and cooked dishes to present at our MasterChef themed competition, showcasing food from their own cultural backgrounds.
On Friday 24th March 2023, our Year 10 Student Leaders attended a meeting at Old Trafford with other Student Leaders from across the Greater Manchester Education Trust.
As part of the school’s vision to equip students with the skills, abilities, attributes and qualifications to be active, global citizens, we took 55 Year 10 Spanish students to see the acclaimed Spanish film ‘Zipi Zape y el Club de la Canica’.
TEMA managed to close out the football season as champions, winning not one, but two Manchester FA Cup finals.
As part of the English Department’s commitment to enhancing students’ poetry skills, Year 9 students were given the opportunity to attend Manchester Central Library, where they took part in a masterclass poetry workshop.
Key Stage 4 Performing Arts and Film students took part in a ScreenSkills workshop lead by industry professionals, to deepen their knowledge of the opportunities available in the sector.
Manchester City Council have outlined their vision for Manchester Libraries, by highlighting their priorities for the next 5 years.
At TEMA we see reading as fundamental to student success. As part of World Book Day 2023, all students can get a free book!
Year 10 Performing Arts students went on a tour of a commissioning theatre to learn more about the magic that happens backstage.
Alex and Triumph (Year 10 students) starred with leading roles in an episode of the KMTV Children’s TV series 'Generation Why' - recorded in collaboration with the British Film Institute and the University of Kent - with Year 7 and 8 students in audience.
As part of the Comino Foundation Power of 6 Project, six of our Year 8 students have designed, planned and run a workshop for their peers on the topic of 'adding with negatives'.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase STEM careers, students were given the opportunity to take part in an all day ‘Future Flight’ challenge.
On Tuesday 31st January 2023, Year 10 Student Leaders were invited to attend an event organised by the Manchester City Council, to celebrate all of the projects that were successfully ran in 2022.
As part of the Performing Arts department’s commitment to offering high quality expert training, we visited the Palace Theatre in Manchester to watch the Lion King, and welcomed back two artists to teach repertoire from the show to our Year 9 and 10 students.