Due to positive Covid-19 cases in the school community, some pupils need to self-isolate. All pupils who have been sent home to isolate must get a PCR test. Pupils must continue to isolate, even if the PCR test is negative.

  • Some Y7 and Y9 pupils return on 21st June 2021
  • Some Y7 / Y8 / Y10 pupils return on 22nd June 2021
  • Some Y7 pupils must isolate until 25th June.
  • Some Y9 pupils to return on 28th June

All lessons for pupils in self-isolation will be on MS Teams from 15th June.

Admissions

All parent/carers are required to apply to their home LA regardless of where the school/academy they are applying is situated. Manchester residents will apply to Manchester LA.

In order to help you understand the admissions process better, please read the information below. We hope you will find it helpful and informative.

Governing Body

The Governing Body of Burnage Academy for Boys is the Admissions Authority for Burnage Academy for Boys and as such is required to draft, consult on and determine the admission arrangements for the Academy. We work in close partnership with Manchester Local Authority’s (LA) Coordinated Admissions Scheme to provide comprehensive education for all.

Where there are more applicants than places available the LA will apply the admission arrangements in order to decide which applicants will be offered places.

Published Admission Number (PAN)

A Published Admission Number (PAN) is the number of places a school/academy has in the year of entry.
The BAfB 2020/21 PAN number is 180 Places will normally only be offered up to the Published Admission Number. For more information on our oversubscription policy and the priority criteria that determines who will be accepted please see more information in the Admissions Policy file attached to this page.

A child cannot be refused admission to the normal year of entry on the grounds of prejudice to the provision of efficient education and efficient use of resources unless the published admission number has been reached. However, if circumstances at the school/academy have changed since the year of entry, a place may be refused even if the admission number has not been reached.

To maintain manageable class sizes optimised for learning, our aim is to maintain our Number On Roll at no more than 900.

An invitation from the Headteacher to see Burnage Academy for Boys in action

We know that parents want to see how a school really operates day to day before making a decision where to send their child. With this in mind, please call the school on 0161 432 1527 to make an appointment to meet one of our Leadership Group at any time in the school day. We will take you on a guided tour of the school, at a time which suits you, so you can see our school in action.

Apply for a place for your son at
Burnage Academy for Boys

Application forms are available from

manchester.gov.uk/admissions and can be requested by phone on 0161 245 7166.

They should be returned to Manchester Local Authority’s Integrated Admissions Service at the address below.

Integrated Admissions Service
Manchester City Council,
P.O. Box 532,
Town Hall,
Manchester,
M60 2LA

Or by email: school.admissions@manchester.gov.uk

NB. Every year there is a deadline for admission forms. Any forms received after the closing date will be processed as late applications. Please check the LA site above for specific dates per year.

For more detailed information about our admissions policy, please see see our School Policies page.





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