Students of Salford City Academy can continue reading at home. Our literacy team share helpful links and information in this article to show you how.
Students visit the capital for the international charity’s annual celebration at Wembley Arena. WE Day is about empowering young people to create positive social change. Visit forms part of the academy’s commitment to providing an ‘Education with Character’.
On Wednesday 26 February, over 180 Year 9 students from Salford City Academy heard a testimony from Holocaust survivor, Lady Milena Grenfell Baines, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).
Salford City Academy is fully compliant to the government's advice regarding the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
62 students are working towards the Arts Award, a programme funded by Arts Council England. Students immersing themselves in arts and culture as part of the academy’s Aspire initiative. Aspire is part of how the academy seeks to offer an ‘education with character’.
Recently, the whole of Year 9 came together at Salford City Academy to spend the academy day off-timetable in preparation for their guided GCSE options.
All Salford City Academy Year 9 students recently visited our neighbours at the University of Manchester to explore their GCSE options and pathways to future further and higher education study.
Ten fanatical STEM enthusiasts from Salford City Academy are proud to have recently competed in the first ever LEGO Mindstorms League Regional Final.
Aspiring scientists across Salford City Academy continue to work tirelessly in order to regenerate school grounds as part of whole school Aspire initiative.
We have some exciting news about some changes that will be happening at Salford City Academy after February half-term.
Two former Salford City Academy students have returned as trainee teachers. Both were inspired to become PE teachers by seeing the long-lasting impact their own teachers had had on their lives.
Interview to be broadcast nationwide on CBBC this week, following Wilson’s appearance on BBC Breakfast
Alex Doyle is future star in the making with a promising performance for Salford City FC, in his first game since the team won promotion.
Students and staff at Salford City Academy are celebrating today after receiving their GCSE results which saw good improvements on all measures.
Year 9 students have been celebrating what the future has in store for them at a special event that recognised the work they’ve put into planning for their careers.
A group of our students and staff spent the first couple of days of the Easter break sampling the sights and sounds of Paris.
The SCA Student Librarians spent the day celebrating all things literary with a visit to the annual Salford Children’s Book Awards.
Salford City Academy celebrated World Book Day in style as the students and staff fully embraced a love of literature.
Local professional writer Jack Nicholls spent several hours with our Year 8 Boys to share his secrets on good storytelling.
Salford City Academy students were cheered on by Manchester United star Chris Smalling as they starred in the launch of a regional football initiative.
Our Year 9s and 10s were visited by singing sensation Nathan Gurd for an impromptu show.
Students from local primary schools had the chance to get a taste of life in secondary school, thanks to a series of visits to SCA.
Our Year 11 students spent time with one of the country’s leading accountants to find out exactly what it will take to succeed in their future careers.
SCA welcomed primary school students and their families into school for an action-packed Open Evening.
After months of waiting, some students were even accompanied by their families as they eagerly opened the envelopes containing their grades.
Salford City Academy has been officially recognised for providing students with sporting opportunities after receiving the School Games Silver Mark for 2017-18.
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