Stoneham Park Academy is a 315 place primary academy for children aged 4-11. They are sponsored by the University of Winchester and has opened in the heart of the new North Stoneham development in Eastleigh. The school aims to nurture curiousity among all its students.
Springhead Park is a two form entry primary and nursery offering 420 places to pupils. It is part of The Primary First Trust. The school is built on four main cornerstones: academic success, an enquiry-led curriculum, learning beyond the classroom and using technology to enrich the learning experience.
Snowfields Academy is a special school which is open to pupils in Years 7,8 and 9 in September 2020. This will rise to 140 places for pupils aged 11-18 over the coming years. The school is part of Leigh Academies Trust and accommodates pupils whose primary need is ASD. The curriculum encompasses both core and additional vocational subjects and pupils have the opportunity to experience the world of work and internships.
Sir Bobby Robson School is a 60-place special school for pupils aged 8-16 with SEMH needs. The school is ran by Unity Schools Partnership and follows the national curriculum. The school provides individualised support for students and ensures that they make positive contributions to their community.
Ropemakers Academy offers 80 places to pupils aged 4-16 and is sponsored by The Beckmead Trust. The school caters for pupils with SEMH needs and ASD traits, offering a curriculum with high expectations, personalised learning and community values.