Staff Santa Runners!

Lisa Wood Bonnie Bleasedale Colleen Warren

Three members of our team, Miss Woods, Miss Warren and Miss Bleasedale will be running in the MUFC 5k Santa Run to raise funds for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, particularly for Ward 84 who looked after our much-missed late student Jack Norfolk, and for the Time Save Lives Helipad Appeal.

If you would like to support them by donating something, however large or small an amount, that would be very much appreciated.  Vist their JustGiving page here: or text MHAA50 to 70070 with your amount to donate.


Sixth Form Open Evening

Thursday 3rd December 2015

There will be an Open Evening dedicated to our Sixth Form on Thursday 3rd December 5pm – 7pm.

Come and see our fantastic facilities and meet our talented staff and current students for yourself.  Ask questions about our courses and find out more about why Manchester Health Academy’s Sixth Form could be the perfect next step in your education.

If you are unable to attend on this date please contact us on 0161 998 3992 or e-mail to arrange a tour of the Academy at a time to suit you.

To see our current Sixth Form prospectus, click here

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Girls Football Tournament

Manchester Health Academy Girls Football Tournament will take place on Thursday 8th October for Years 7, 8 & 9 and Thursday 15th October for years 10, 11 & 6th Form.  Teams can be mixed, just turn up and play!
This event is part of Girl’s Football Week which will take place on the 5th – 11th October this year.

Girls’ Football Week aims to encourage more education institutions to run female-specific football sessions. This year the programme has been extended to include primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities along with clubs and community groups who are also invited to participate.

In 2014, more than 2,000 people took part in the sessions across 80 institutions. It is aimed that this year, 5,000 girls and women will play football during the week.

Women’s football is the largest female team sport in the country and the third largest team sport after men’s football and cricket.

Ladies Football

Year 11 Information Evening TONIGHT!!!

There will be an information evening for parents/carers of students who will be returning to Year 11 in September, the evening will be held on Thursday 17th September 2015, 6pm – 7pm.

IF YOU ARE THE PARENT/CARER OF A YEAR 11 STUDENT IT IS CRUCIAL THAT YOU ATTEND.  If you are unable to attend please contact the Academy to make alternative arrangements.

Football Champions!

Congratulations to our Year 11 football squad who emphatically won the Citywide Playoff Final last night, beating Trinity High School 4-1 at East Manchester Academy’s ground.  Two goals were scored by Jack Earlam, plus one each by Bradley Carter and Sean Marco. Each member of the team played their part in the victory, with outstanding performances by Connor T, Bailey R, Connor D, Jerry McD and Sam M.  Well done!

Football Champions 15 June 2015

Revision Booster Sessions for Triple Science Year 11 Students

Year 11 Triple Science Students – please attend these revision booster sessions that the Science department have arranged for you:



Time Focus Staff
Sat  13th June


9am-12noon B3 revision RLM
Mon 15th June


9am B3 EXAM  
Mon 15th June


P2 and P3 C3 revision CP
Tues 16th June


P3 – P5 C3 revision CP
Weds 17th June


9am C3 EXAM  
Weds 17th June


P3 and P5 P3 revision AM
Thurs 18th June


P2 – P5 P3 revision AM
Fri 19th June


9am P3 EXAM  

Year 9 students play at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’

Max Fitzpatrick playing during the MU Foundation pitch day.

Max Fitzpatrick playing during the MU Foundation pitch day.

During the half term break students from year 9 were given the opportunity of a lifetime to play on the hallowed turf at Old Trafford.

The students (Curtis Miller, Dre Taylor, Max Fitzpatrick & Matthew Murray) were selected for their outstanding behaviour and attitude towards PE & Sport, by the PE department. The day consisted of students from the Manchester United Foundation’s ‘Hub of the Community’ partner schools, who had also selected two students to represent their schools. The game was a thriller with the final score 4-4, and two of the MHA students (Curtis Miller & Max Fitzpatrick) scoring goals for their respective team.

The students were then treated to a special visit into the home team dressing room, which was still set up from the last home game versus Arsenal. The students got to take pictures in front of their favourite players shirts, and to end the day all the players got to keep the shirt they had worn during the game as a memento of their day.

Congratulations for all your efforts in school boys, keep up the good work.