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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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Debate Team Heading to Japan for International Convention

Burnage Academy for Boys and Debate Mate have developed a fantastic school debate team able to discuss a variety of challenging issues facing our young people today. Our boys have proven themselves to be professional, dedicated and well informed young men who are able to approach these issues with open minds. They have competed,  with confidence, against other […]

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Burnage Academy Wins Award for Young Carer Support

Manchester school Burnage Academy for Boys has been given a Bronze award for their work to make sure students don’t miss out on an education because they are young carers. The Young Carers in Schools programme helps primary and secondary schools improve outcomes for young carers and celebrates good practice through the Young Carers in […]

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SafeDrive With Year 11

Year 11 had an emotional and impactful experience on Tuesday 13th November, visiting the SafeDrive Greater Manchester road show at the Middleton Arena as a whole year group. The students were exposed to hard-hitting, real life stories of the consequences of dangerous driving from the victims of road traffic accidents as well as the professionals […]

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Burnage Students Attend MYC’s Big Day Out

Following the success of Manchester’s Make Your Mark vote 2018, our school council communication team attended the Manchester Youth Council’s ‘Big Day Out’ event at Manchester Central Library. The event was well attended by several other schools as well as members of Manchester Youth Council, British Youth Council and staff from Manchester City Council. Young […]

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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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Autumn Newsletter

Look out for our latest newsletter that includes lots of interesting articles on recent events, school news, student achievements and awards as well as dates for the term ahead. Information includes Foreword from the Head , Bee in the city, School Council, Milner News, Mental health, A Plastic cleanup, Ruben Breakfast, 8p and 9P Trips, […]

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