Manchester Health Academy (MHA)
Manchester, United Kingdom
About Manchester Health Academy (MHA)
Academies are designed to raise expectations and standards of achievement, and to help young people progress into further education or secure good employment opportunities. At Manchester Health Academy (MHA), that is exactly what we aim to do, and with high expectations, ambition and positive attitudes we’ve made great improvements.
Our main sponsor is the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and our co-sponsor is Manchester City Council. Together we provide a unique set of strategies and opportunities to support our students on their journey towards success. We provide a safe environment in which students develop the skills and attitudes essential for further study and employment and a curriculum which is enriched through the active involvement of our sponsors. This, together with the support of Manchester United Foundation and other partners, puts Manchester Health Academy at the forefront of developments in sport science and health related subjects, underpinned by a real and relevant curriculum.
Our 21st century state of the art building provides a stimulating environment with excellent learning resources and technology, and under the direction of a strong leadership team and supportive governing body we are on track to success. Employing over 120 staff all with talents and abilities in a wide range of specialist areas from teaching staff to senior leaders and support staff. Everyone here is part of delivering something exceptional for our students – and we’re proud to be working together.
We are always looking for new people to join our team who can bring passion, expertise and commitment to help us achieve our goals. In return for your dedication and enthusiasm we offer a stimulating, supportive working environment and a commitment to your ongoing professional and personal development.
All vacancies are advertised on this website, and all job information and application forms can be downloaded for your convenience.
“The safeguarding of students’ health and wellbeing is outstanding.”'- OfSTED
“Students’ behaviour in lessons and around the Academy is good. They are respectful to adults and to each other. They have a positive attitude to learning and value the wide range of extra-curricular activities that contribute to their outstanding spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.”- OfSTED
“Disabled students and those with special educational needs achieve well because of the outstanding support they receive.”- OfSTED
“The Sixth Form is good, students are well prepared for the next steps in their education, training or employment.”- OfSTED
“The quality of teaching overall is good and some is outstanding.”- OfSTED
“Students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development lies at the heart of the work of the Academy. As a result, students demonstrate high levels of social and cultural engagement and understanding; they are interested in the wider world, are respectful of people’s differences and enjoy making a positive contribution to the life of the Academy.”- OfSTED
“Students achieve well across a broad range of subjects. Disadvantaged students make progress that is in-line with their peers and is better than similar students nationally.”- OfSTED
“Academy leaders, including governors, are accurate in their evaluation of the Academy’s strengths and areas for development. They have successfully generated a culture of high expectations, aspiration, inclusion and care that applies to all who attend the Academy.”- OfSTED