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Ofsted Equalities Research Project comes to Burnage

Staff and students have been taking part in Ofsted’s current research project, looking at how schools encourage respect for different genders and sexual orientations. If you would like your child to take part, please read the information below and contact the school via Ms Wadeson’s detail at the bottom of the page. You will then […]

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Year 8 Win Football Championship!

On Monday 13th May, our Year 8 footballers played in the Manchester Boys Championship Playoff Final. They had won all 6 of their league matches this season and played Loreto for the title. After a very positive start where we hit the post FOUR times, Adama broke the deadlock with a great header from a […]

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Teaching Assistant. Cover supervisor.

Grade 1 (£ 14,341 – £19,961) –  a support staff post starting in September 2019. Closing date:  Wednesday 3rd July at 9am. The post holder will report to the member of leadership group responsible for cover. The main contacts of the job are: Teaching staff, other support staff and pupils. Main Purpose of the Job: […]

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Burnage Academy On Social Media

We have listened to feedback from parents and students and are increasing our output on social media. Our new YouTube channel will post highlights from the school on a termly basis, as well as share interesting clips and noteworthy events. Why not subscribe to our channel? We will also continue sharing information on our well-established […]

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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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Year 10 Healthy Relationships – Collaboration with Levenshulme High

Last week 15 enthusiastic Year 10 Drama students from Burnage Academy teamed up with 15 Year 9 pupils from Levenshulme High School for Girls over the course of three days. Their job was to work in collaboration with Brook to deliver two interactive workshops at both schools on the subjects of healthy relationships and domestic […]

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BAfB’s Debate Team in Japan

This half-term Anas Hussain, Anas Nassrat and Mckenzie Clarke were lucky enough to represent both Burnage Academy for Boys and England at the Parliamentary Debate World Conference in Japan. The boys took a thirteen-hour flight past the iconic Mount Fujiyama to their destination, where they competed in 3 days of debates against schools from; Russia, Israel, France, […]

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Viva Languages!

Year 9 students from French and Italian classes recently attended the University of Manchester’s School of Arts, Languages and Cultures to take part in the annual Viva Languages event with Mr Morrison and Mr Musampa. The day focused on trying to help students to see the benefits of studying a language, with an introductory talk […]

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