Attendance Hotline: Phone 0161 432 1527 before 9AM
  • 2018 Examination Results

    Exceptional Progress for Boys

    One of the best schools in Manchester for boys' progress, with a progress 8 score of +0.26 (2018)

  • Ofsted Report

    "This is an outstanding school"

    Ofsted, October 2018

  • 2018 Examination Results

    Excellent GCSE Results

    In 2018, 61% of our pupils achieved the standard pass of grade 4 or above in both English and Maths. 74% (English), 67% (Science) and 66% (Maths) of students achieved at least grade 4 this year.

Choosing The Best For Your Son


How to change the school your son has been offered.

Phone Burnage Academy For Boys (0161 432 1527) to arrange an appointment to look around our school. Alternatively, just drop in when you are passing and we will show you around and answer any questions you have. We also recommend asking previous students and their parents about our school. Even if you have already been accepted to another school, it's not too late to change your choice - simply apply again in writing (by post or email) to Manchester City Council with the name of your preferred school - e.g Burnage Academy For Boys.

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Upcoming Dates For Your Diary

  • Mar 19
    Y10 Assembly P4 Mar 19
  • Mar 20
    Assembly Oak/Rowan Mar 20
  • Mar 25
    Choices Event – Peace Foundation Mar 25  -  Mar 26
  • Mar 27
    Assemblies Ash/Maple Mar 27
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Pupils learn well and make substantial progress as a result of the excellent teaching they receive.
Ofsted - October 2018

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Parent/Carer School Survey

Burnage Academy invites you as parents/carers to take the time to complete a survey relating to your son’s progress at the school and more importantly, your satisfaction with the job we are doing in educating your son. Please click here to access the survey. Your opinion of the school matters to us and we appreciate […]

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Student Post – About Our School Council

Written by Ruben, lead of our Communication team We have been a member of the Smart School Council Community since September 2017. This system works differently to traditional school councils: every student is a member, students lead change rather than watch it happen, and students can take action rather than be passive members of the […]

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