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Burnage Academy For Boys

Letter From The Head About Coronavirus School Closure

In view of the present COVID-19 situation, and per government decision, school premise is closed until further notice. This includes all lettings. School is open for key workers and vulnerable children only. Please see the following letter from our headmaster, Ian Fenn. Dear Parent/Carer, We have been instructed to close the school for most children […]

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Lettings Closures

Dear Lettings Users In view of the current situation regarding COVID-19, along with the Government’s decision for UK schools to be open only for pupils of key workers and vulnerable pupils, I regret to inform you that the facilities at Burnage Academy for Boys will be unavailable (without exception) to ALL lettings groups as of […]

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TransPennine Express Support New Kit Launch

On Friday 14th February, we were visited by Nicola Buckley and Sarah Ford of TransPennine Express who have generously donated two brand new kits for our school football teams. They came in to present the kits to Year 7 and Year 9, and Ahmed our Sports Captain, and give a speech about what they do, […]

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Multilingual Streets artwork installed at Burnage Academy

A new vinyl artwork has been installed at Burnage Academy, Manchester, which shows a collaborative response by Year 9 pupils to the languages and cultures of Rusholme. The artwork was conceived as a sensory map representing the colours, shapes and signs in the linguistic landscape. The work is the result of a series of workshops […]

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French GCSE Students Enjoy Trip to Lille!

Last week 35 students, including all Year 11 students preparing for their French GCSE, traveled to northern France to spend 3 days immersing themselves in French culture and practicing for the upcoming exams. We had a very early start, leaving school at 5am and heading to Dover by coach. We arrived at the south coast […]

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Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Consultation

The Department for Education has announced changes to relationships and sex education (RSE). These changes will come into effect from September 2020 and all schools will be required to comply with the updated requirements. We will be reviewing our RSE curriculum and policy in consultation with Parents and Carers. Details can be found here:   […]

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Burnage Boy Makes the Right Call

Well done to one of our pupils who, whilst on his way to school this morning, called 999 for the police after noticing a weapon outside the Green End shops. Outstanding behaviour in order to keep our community safe. 

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2019 GCSE Results – Exceptional Progress Once Again!

We are delighted with our pupils’ results for summer 2019! Once again, Burnage boys have shown that they achieve excellent GCSE results and make exceptional progress. 65% of our pupils achieved the standard pass of Grade 4 in English and Maths! 43% of our pupils achieved the strong pass of Grade 5 in English and […]

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Burnage Bulletin – Summer 2019

A look back at curriculum achievements and activities in 2019, together with house news and a foreword from the Head planning for the future. This edition includes some of the ways we have contributed to our community, how everyone can keep up to date with our students’ activities as they happen through our social media […]

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Young Interpreters Celebrate Faith and Language Diversity

Four of our Young Interpreters joined the University of Manchester’s ‘Multilingual Manchester‘ at Manchester Cathedral for ‘A Celebration of Faith and Language Diversity,’ in order to share their work with attendees. Sifat, Usama, Angelo and Mjd presented workshops to members of the public, talking about their language journeys, their training as Young Interpreters and how […]

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