As part of the Performing Arts department's commitment to offering high quality expert training, we welcomed the African Foundation Dance Theatre (AFODAT) to deliver a specialist workshop in African dance.
It's our TEMA Alumni Evening on Thursday 8th December 2022, from 5pm - 6.30pm.
Students from eight of Manchester United Foundation’s partner high schools enjoyed an inspirational careers event at Old Trafford, celebrating excellence in the black community following Black History Month.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase a wide variety of careers and routes into further study, students were given the opportunity to visit two of Morgan Sindall’s construction sites.
As part of the school's commitment to support students to attain the highest grades possible, Year 11 sociology students went to visit London over the weekend.
Following the academy's work with Manchester Urban Diggers (MUD), we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded £40k as part of the Greater Manchester Green Spaces Fund, which will help support the development of a community garden on our playing fields for the benefit of students and th...
We are extremely proud of the class of 2022 and how well they achieved in their final exams.
As part of the school's commitment to promote elite higher education opportunities, students spent the day working with staff and students from The University of Manchester.
As part of the Performing Arts Department's commitment to making vocational learning rooted in industry, Year 10 Dance students were given the opportunity to take part in a professional workshop.
A week of workshops, trips and activities for young people of colour aged 15-19.
Students from Year 9, 10 and 11 visited Whitworth Art Gallery on 10th October 2022, where they attended a lecture from David Olusoga and got a taste of the 'big thinking' behind university academics.
The very popular 'Maths Surgery' club has been expanded to cater for a greater number of interested students, who have been demonstrating much ambition during this extra-curricular enrichment time.
As part of the school's commitment to showcase STEM careers, students were given the opportunity to take part in numerous technology activities at Howmet Aerospace in Glossop.
As part of the school's commitment to offering a broad and varied careers programme, we were delighted to welcome Grace Cameron to deliver a session about the possibilities within the performing arts sector.
If you are struggling with the increases in food and energy bills and are struggling financially, help is now available via a free service for Manchester residents.
Year 11 geographers defied the wet weather to complete their human fieldwork in New Islington, where they investigated the success of the regeneration project.
We are very proud to have partnered up with Stagecoach East Manchester, who are now offering their outstanding weekly singing, dancing and acting classes, here at The East Manchester Academy.
Year 11 geographers visited Crowden Brook in the Peak District to investigate river changes, which should help them to answer questions in their GCSE exams next summer.
As part of the school's work with City in the Community, a cohort of students were invited to spend the afternoon at the Etihad stadium.
As part of the school's commitment to raise achievement and challenge in English, the department hosted a weekly seminar-based session for KS4 students to explore current critical, cultural and theoretical perspectives in literature.
Mayfield Park is the first new city centre park to be created in Manchester for over 100 years.
College and Sixth Form Open Days are happening soon for you to start to think about your next steps after GCSEs. Most events require you to register in advance.
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.
As you know, at TEMA we really value the benefits of reading. Students have read at least three books this year as part of TEMA Reads. Please encourage them to finish reading their books for this half term.
We like to encourage our students where possible to walk or cycle to school. There are many health and environmental benefits attached to walking and cycling. Please use the links below for more information.
A selection of Year 8, 9 and 10 pupils took part in a workshop to draw their attention to the 'Buy Now, Get Next Day' culture, that largely effects young people today.
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.