Where can I get support?
We believe in working together for the best in everyone and our vision is to ensure that every pupil will go on to lead happy and successful lives. Our academy wants to work together with parents/carers to make sure that every pupil can achieve excellence in all that they do.
First point of contact
If you need support we ask that contact your child’s year team. They will know your child the best and will be able to help in most instances. Here’s how to get in touch:
|Associate Head of Year||Head of Year||Contact|
|Year 7||Mrs J Stubbs||Mr T Greenfield||noma-headofyear7@
|Year 8||Mrs E Duffy||Ms L Kelly||noma-headofyear8@
|Year 9||Mrs J Kelleher||Mr M Moor||noma-headofyear9@
|Year 10||Mrs A Harrison||Mr A Norbury||noma-headofyear10@
|Year 11||Mrs J Orchard||Mrs M Greenwood||noma-headofyear11@
If you need general help or advice about our Academy’s day-to-day activities such as dinner money or uniforms you can contact our school office:
Designated Safeguarding Lead and Looked After Children Co-ordinator
Mr M. Halshaw is the DSL and LAC Co-ordinator, if you would like to get in touch please email email@example.com.
We have many support services for our pupils to access during this time. If you would like to access any of these services, please get in touch using the above email address.
We have many links with external agencies that can help your child with their emotional wellbeing and any other concerns you may.
- Manchester Mind’s telephone listening and counselling services
- 42nd Street online support for young people
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