Manchester Health Academy hosts annual Open Evening
Manchester Health Academy hosted
its annual Open Evening, giving parents of pupils in Years 5 and 6
an opportunity to meet staff and students, and to tour the
Academy's fantastic facilities.
The evening was a great success
with parents and children fully engaged in a range of activities.
Principal Damian Owen provided parents with his and the
Governors' vision for the Academy as it moves forward into
The feedback from parents on the
evening was extremely positive. Parents commented that the
Academy was a talking point at the moment within the community, and
they recognised strategies which had been implemented to improve
teaching and systematically raise standards across the academy as a
With excellent teaching taking
place students are focused and ready to learn, pupils are
challenged to make exceptional progress. The latest GCSE results in
August highlighted these standards with 47% of students gaining 5
Mr Owen commented "I was pleased to
receive compliments on how well-presented our students are. I know
that smart appearance makes a real impression and our focus on
standards of uniform, punctuality and behaviour have had an
excellent response. I want all students to be ready to be
prepared and ready to learn as soon as they walk into the
Academy. I want students to enjoy school and give their best
becoming successful individuals".
The Academy also showed off their new 3G pitch which is
available to the community for hire 7 days a week. Fred the
Red and Humphrey the RMCH bear showed off their football skills
with a penalty shoot-out with Mr Owen.
If you missed the event, but would like to visit the Academy
then please get in touch, simply call the main reception on 0161
998 3992 to arrange a tour or email firstname.lastname@example.org