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  • 2018 Examination Results

    Exceptional Progress for Boys

    The best school in Manchester for boys' progress, with a provisional progress 8 score of +0.27 (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.

Vision and Values


Be the best that you can be

What every parent wants for their son is an outstanding education. Here at Burnage Academy for Boys we can show that we deliver just that. Which school consistently tops the table for the progress of boys? Which is the best in Manchester and well above the national average? Which school in Manchester is on the cusp of being the UK’s sole representative at the Debate Mate World Championship in Japan in January 2019? You may be surprised to find out that it is Burnage Academy for Boys.

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Upcoming Dates For Your Diary

  • Nov 14
    Assembly Ash/Maple Chat Health Nov 14
  • Nov 14
    Odd Arts working with 8E Nov 14
  • Nov 14
    Y11 Testicular Health Presentation to 4 forms Nov 14
  • Nov 14
    Careers and Aspirations Event; Y9,10,11 Parent/St Nov 14  @  06:00 PM  -  08:00 PM
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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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Architect Alumni Visits Our DT Department

This term in Design and Technology students are studying modern architecture. We have looked at a variety of architects and discussed the timeline of design and the features of buildings designed in  the 20th/21st Century.  We have researched architects such as Ian Simpson who designed the Beetham Tower in Manchester and Zaha Hadid who uses bio mimicry as inspiration for her work. As part of […]

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Burnage Visit to World War Battlefields

To commemorate the Armistice celebrations, we sent our Head Boy Raphael and Deputy Mohid to visit the First World War battlefields as part of the UCL Institute of Education First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme. The boys have have written about their time in France and Belgium here:   “100 years ago, World War […]

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