Yorkshire & Humberside

Trinity Academy St. Edward’s

Trinity Academy St. Edward’s is a secondary free school located in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. The school, which opened in 2021, is part of Trinity MAT. Pupils have a 25-hour week and have a curriculum with a STEM specialism which immerses pupils in each subject and extra-curricular events and experiences. The curriculum focuses consistently on the development of core skills within literacy and numeracy to enable children to become confident and skilled learners.

Trinity Academy Leeds

Trinity Academy Leeds is a secondary free school located in Yorkshire. The school which opened in 2021 is part of the Trinity Multi-Academy Trust. Trinity Academy Leeds offers a curriculum with a focus on literacy and maths, and has a performing arts specialism; all students have the opportunity to study dance, drama and music from the very start of their journey at the school.

Cockburn Laurence Calvert Academy

Cockburn Laurence Calvert Academy is a secondary free school located in Leeds. The school, which opened in 2021, is part of the Cockburn Multi Academy Trust. Teaching and Learning drives an ambitious curriculum that seeks to stretch and challenge students through academic rigour. A strong care, support and guidance structure supports learning throughout the school.

Bader Special Academy

Bader Academy is a special school offering 100 places for pupils aged 5-19. The school supports pupils with communication and interaction difficulties and is part of Nexus Multi-Academy Trust. The curriculum will be an activist for positive change and encourage all pupils to be responsible citizens.

CAPA College

CAPA College is a 16-19 school in Wakefield. It opened in 2018 and is part of the Enhance Academy Trust. CAPA College provides full time arts training and education for its students, helping to train and educate the next generation of performers, creatives, designers and technicians. The school provides students with intensive practical training alongside the rigour of academic arts study. This combination of professional training and academia ensures that students develop the skills, training, experience, knowledge, understanding and qualifications to progress to higher education.

Cambrai Community Primary School

Cambrai Community Primary School is a one form entry primary that opened in 2019 in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire. Catterick Garrison is a military town and the school serves a local community with a high number of military families. The school’s name pays homage to Cambrai, a town in Northern France that was the Duke of Wellington's headquarters for the British Army in the 1800s. The school’s aim is to develop children into ‘good people’ who will go on to do ‘great things’.

Keeble Gateway Academy

Keeble Gateway Academy is a one form entry primary school in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. The school opened in 2019 to serve the community from a new housing development. The school is named after Dame Reena Keeble, the longstanding headteacher of Cannon Lane First School in Pinner, London, who led the 2016 ‘Effective Teaching Practice’ report for the Teaching Schools Council. The school is part of the Elevate Multi-Academy Trust.

New College Bradford

New College Bradford is a post-16 provider which opened in 2019. The school has capacity for 1,200 pupils and is part of the New Collaborative Learning Trust. They use an innovative pastoral model, where Progress Tutors assess each student’s individual needs before they enrol to provide personalised mentoring and coaching. The school offers an innovative and distinctive curriculum designed to replicate work-based situations. Study programmes include an extensive range of A Levels, and a selection of applied general qualifications and BTECs.

Dixons Sixth Form Academy

Dixons Sixth Form Academy is a post-16 provider in Bradford. The school was opened in 2019 in a state of the art building, where 880 pupils can be catered for. The school is part of the Dixons Academies Charitable Trust, who run a number of schools in the Leeds and Bradford area. The school has a range of learning spaces, including dedicated rooms and zones to accommodate SEND students, which are designed to help students learn in new and different ways.