Mr Green originally began his career in engineering, completing a four year apprenticeship and working for the Ministry of Defence. He subsequently set up a sub-contract engineering company with a colleague, before selling the business to embark on a new career in teaching. Mr Green’s teaching career spans twenty years, working in five schools, three of them being deemed ‘outstanding’ providers. He has progressed from being a teacher of Design Technology, through to Curriculum Leader for this subject before moving into senior leadership. He was an Assistant Principal responsible for Key Stage 4 for five years before moving to Manchester Health Academy as Vice Principal. He has been our Principal since 2017.
Miss Morris graduated from Staffordshire University with joint honours in History and Sociology. Her primary focus in becoming a teacher was to make a difference in the lives of young people through both academic and personal development. This has resulted in the successful transformation of the History department at the Academy, which has achieved record results in previous years. In addition to this, students have widened their cultural capital with visits abroad to Poland, Germany and Belgium. Miss Morris’ career has developed at Manchester Health Academy through a plethora of roles including the development of trainee teachers and those who are newly qualified to the profession, which has allowed her to develop new ideas and to continually support in the developmental and strategic view of the Academy.
Ms McVey graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in Hispanic Studies which included a year studying at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She began her teaching career in London where she saw how life chances could be dramatically improved through education. She has been fortunate to be mentored by many fantastic and passionate educators who inspired her to try to make a difference to young people through the teaching of languages. Whilst working in London and then later in Blackpool and Manchester she organised exchange programmes, set up links with schools abroad and has taken hundreds of pupils on trips to Spain, France and Germany to help broaden their horizons and instil a passion in language learning. She started at Manchester Health Academy as Curriculum Leader of Modern Foreign Languages in September 2020.
SEN Lead: Ms Lisa Wood [email protected]
Assistant SENCO: Mr Andrew Martin
SENCO: Ms Paula Etheridge
Year 7: Ms Tina Spencer
Year 8: Ms Nicola Sheridan
Year 9: Ms Steph Watkins
Year 10: Ms Lisa Donnelly
Year 11: Ms Clare Dutton
Year 7 – Ms Marice Gilbert
Year 8 – Ms Felicity Cameron
Year 9 – Ms Pauline Gill
Year 10 – Ms Lindsay Swift
Year 11 – Ms Rachel Brew-Butler