Academy Profiles

Academy Profiles


 

Park Campus Academy provides an essential “Second Chance at Success” for young people from 11-16 years of age, either with an alternative school place or through in school support via our Behaviour Support Outreach Service. Regardless of prior circumstance or future destination we firmly believe that all pupils at Park Campus Academy should be successful and we do everything possible to deliver this vision. As established members of the Partners in Excellence PiXL club we are relentless in ensuring that all of our learners achieve the best possible grades which has given rise to the school receiving successive PiXL PRU Outstanding Achievement Awards in 2013, 2014 and 2015.


 PAN: 110


 


 

 

 

At Kennington Park Academy we work with up to 50 primary-age pupils who have been permanently excluded or are missing education.

We aim to reintegrate them back to mainstream primary school or support the transition to secondary school at the end of Year 6. By providing high quality teaching and learning to those pupils who need short- and medium-term intervention many pupils return into mainstream education. For pupils with a statement of special educational need, who need additional support, we support schools, parents and carers with additional support in providing transfer to a specialist provision as soon as possible.


 PAN: 50


 


 

Ramsden Hall Academy works with up to 100 secondary-age and Year 6 male students who have an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) for Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) issues offering a residential provision.

The Academy aims to support all students with their specific needs and barriers to learning to enable them to reach their full potential both academically and in terms of managing their behaviour.  This is achieved by providing high quality teaching and learning and by using assessment, engagement and developing educational programmes. The Academy works actively with students and their parents/carers to ensure positive outcomes for all.


PAN: 94 increasing to 100 


 


 

Inspire Academy is a special school in every sense. All of our students are unique and we work very hard to understand the ways in which they learn best and can then support and guide them on an individual basis.

We have a dedicated staff that are passionate about providing the best possible opportunities and education for each individual.  At Inspire Academy we celebrate difference, we constantly challenge and resolve conflict, always having high expectations about student behaviour, relationships and attainment.  Supporting the individual can be a challenge but this is far outweighed by the pleasure as educators seeing them grow and progress in all aspects of their lives.

All the students at Inspire have an EHCP, primarily SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health), some exhibit very challenging behaviour and Mainstream schooling is not always the most appropriate setting. Sometimes their first encounter of school has been chaotic and certainly challenging, many have had a fragmented education and have fallen behind their peers academically.  This often results in self-esteem issues and anti-social behaviour.


 PAN: 50


 

Sutton House Academy aims to support all students with their specific needs and barriers to learning to enable them to reach their full potential both academically and in terms of managing their behaviour.  This is achieved by providing high quality teaching and learning and by using assessment, engagement and developing educational programmes. The Academy works actively with students and their parents/carers to ensure positive outcomes for all.


PAN: 50 


 


 

Victory Park Academy is dedicated to students who have experienced difficulties with their learning and behaviour in mainstream school. Our students are either at risk of being permanently excluded or have been permanently excluded. The great majority of learners have a history of disruptive education in mainstream schools with frequent fixed term exclusions.

Our vision is to support our young people to access and to continue in education as life-long learners, in an aspirational learning community that strive to enhance the life chances of its pupils from all backgrounds in a culture of ambition that enables them to be equipped with a passion for self-development and committed to the community within which they will live and work.


 PAN: 75


 


Wandle Valley Academy is a special provision working to support 80 pupils aged 5-16, with SEMH difficulties

We will strive to make Wandle­ Valley Academy a place where staff, governors and parents/carers work together to support pupils in reaching their individual and unique potential. Offering a safe environment for our pupils to learn the strategies they will need to become lifelong learners and to be able to aspire to achieve in all areas of their life.


PAN: 80