Sec : 0161 219 6699
Prim : 0161 219 6621
Behaviour Watch
UK Education Collection
Frog VLE
Follow us on Twitter
Subscribe to our YouTube channel
Show My Homework
Pupil Power Productions
HomeAboutPrimary PhaseSecondary PhaseAdditional NeedsParent AreaNews/EventsGovernorsContact Us
TES Award 2016

Abraham Moss Community School takes the ‘International (including MFL)’
at the prestigious 2016 TES Schools Awards
London, 24 June 2016: Abraham Moss Community School, has taken the ‘International (including MFL)’ award at the prestigious 2016 TES Schools Awards. The awards, now in their eighth year, recognise outstanding contributions made by education teams and individuals to help students around the country to succeed, both inside and outside the classroom.

Communication can be a challenge at a school where 62 different languages are spoken in pupils’ home. So Abraham Moss has trained a team of young translators to provide interpretation services to fellow students, parents and staff in languages including Somali, Urdu, Polish, Dutch or Italian. Through outreach activities, and with the help of highly trained EAL teachers and bilingual teaching assistants, Abraham Moss meets the needs of pupils at all stages of English acquisition, ensuring that even those with little or no English are fully included in the mainstream curriculum.
The judges said: ‘The school’s commitment to a global curriculum and to celebrating an international perspective is certainly something we can all learn from and something which it can be extremely proud of..’
Ann Mroz, editor of TES, commented: “Abraham Moss Community School embodies an inspiring commitment to tackling extremism, and are clearly powerful agents for learning, positivity and respect for all.”
Winners attended a black-tie event in at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, hosted by TV host and comedian Dara Ó Briain, where over 1,000 attendees celebrated all that is outstanding in UK education, from the efforts of individual teachers to the work of entire schools.
There are 17 awards categories including the flagship individual titles: Teacher of the Year, Lifetime Achievement and Headteacher of the Year, and awards for teams and/or teachers in areas such as maths, arts and drama, English, science technology and engineering.
The winners were chosen by a panel of judges including Colin Bell, the chief executive of the Council of British International Schools, Dame Joan McVittie, former headteacher of Woodside High School, Sir Tim Brighouse, former schools commissioner for London and Colin Hegarty, maths teacher and founder of HegartyMaths.
Full details of the winners can be viewed here
For more coverage of the awards, profiles of the winners and photos from the evening, please visit or pick up a copy of TES magazine, available in newsagents from 1 July.
About TES
TES is dedicated to supporting the world’s teachers. Our mission is to enable great teaching by helping educators to find the tools and technology they need to excel and by supporting them throughout their career and professional development. We are home to the world’s largest online community of teachers, with 7.9 million registered users. This network is one of the fastest growing of any profession globally and helps to support, guide and inspire educators around the world.

Abraham Moss
Community School
Crescent Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 5UF


Sec : 0161 219 6699
Prim : 0161 219 6621
Fax: 0161 721 4973
Email: admin
Your Ideal Business Partner
Follow us on Twitter
Subscribe to our YouTube Channel
Frog VLE
Pupil Power Productions
Powered by Frog