At Manchester Health Academy we aim to ensure that our students leave the Academy with high aspirations and are equipped with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to achieve in a safe, stimulating and supportive environment.

Our sponsors are the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with co-sponsorship from Manchester City Council. Together, we deliver a unique learning experience at the forefront of Secondary and Sixth Form Education. The Academy endorses the principle of access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum where British values are promoted and providing equal opportunities for all students.

We are pleased to say that Ofsted rated the Academy as a Good school in their most recent inspection.

In choosing Manchester Health Academy as a new student, parent, or member of staff you will be joining an establishment that is the local secondary provider of choice and hub of the community.

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Manchester Health Academy will close for half term break on Friday 21st October and re-open for students on Monday 31st October.  Have a great break!

Wear Red Day  Friday 21st October

On Friday, 21st October, we will be supporting ‘Show Racism the Red Card’, the UK’s anti-racism educational charity. Students will be allowed to wear an item of red on the day for a voluntary donation of £1.00. (Please note: no face paints, red hair or wigs, hoodies or red footwear will be allowed.) The Red Raffle will be drawn, and a ‘Beat the Goalie’ activity will take place. All donations will be appreciated.

Please note, the cake sale has been postponed until the Monday we return from Half Term (31st October) due to refurbishment work in the Dining Room.

Stay and Play at MHA

Please note that there will be no Stay and Play at MHA session during half-term break or the week after due to exams, so the first week back will be Wednesday 9th November 2016.

Progress 8 is a new measure of school performance. It replaces the previous measure of 5A*-C including English and maths, and shows how well pupils of all abilities have progressed, compared to pupils with similar academic starting points in other schools.  Watch this video for more details.


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