Get in Touch
A named contact - Ellie Appelqvist-Dowie - email@example.com
SENCo - Rhian Brady - firstname.lastname@example.org
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) - Rosie Pate - email@example.com
Chair of Governors - Lloyd Thomas - firstname.lastname@example.org (FAO Lloyd)
If you have a concern about the well-being or safety of a student, please report it here. A member of our Safeguarding team will then get back to you.
For Subject Access Requests and Freedom of Information Requests, please contact:
Data Protection Officer for Co-op Academies Trust: Tammy Pyszky
HOW TO FIND US
Free on-site parking is available, but spaces are limited. Access to the car park is via Wilson Street (use M11 2AZ for your sat nav). East Manchester Leisure Centre (across the road) has free parking (except on MCFC match and concert days).
Manchester – Ancoats – Clayton – Droylsden – Audenshaw – Ashton-under-Lyne
Service 216 times and detailed information from Transport for Greater Manchester.
Stalybridge – Ashton-under-Lyne – Guide Bridge – Audenshaw – Openshaw – Beswick – Manchester
Service 219 times and detailed information from Transport for Greater Manchester.
Ashton-under-Lyne – Tameside General Hospital – Hurst – Hartshead – Smallshaw – Littlemoss – Droylsden – Clayton – Manchester
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Cheetham Hill – North Manchester General Hospital – Blackley – Harpurhey – Collyhurst – Sportcity – Beswick – Gorton – Belle Vue – Longsight – Rusholme – University of Manchester – Hulme – Old Trafford – Salford Quays – MediaCityUK – Pendleton
Service 53 times and detailed information from Transport for Greater Manchester.
Traveline Journey Planner
This is a really useful tool to see how to reach us by public transport: www.traveline.info. You add in a start and end destination and it provides detailed route information and timetables.
Young people aged over 16 years in full-time education can use Our Pass to travel free on buses in Greater Manchester.
Our Pass is a membership scheme for young people who live in Greater Manchester, and supports both school leavers and care leavers. Those eligible have the chance to become a member – and potentially enjoy free bus travel across Greater Manchester. For a one-off £10 fee, members can travel on most local buses, any day of the week, for free. No hassle, no fuss, no tickets: just a card that will get you where you want to go. Members can also get half-price off-peak 1 day and weekend travelcards on Metrolink
Find out more and apply on the Our Pass website.
If you’re aged 16 -19, you can pay for child fares on buses, trams and trains in Greater Manchester for your travel to school or college.
Find out more about the permit on the Transport for Greater Manchester website.
For more information on bus, train and tram services, please visit: