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Abbey View is an alternative provision in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire for 11-18 year olds. The school was opened in 2013 by three local schools who wanted to create a better option for pupils who are not thriving in mainstream education. The school can provide for up to 42 students and offers a curriculum based around achieving English and Maths GCSEs.
A mixed school which offers alternative provision to 11-16 year olds in Bedfordshire. The school, which opened in 2013 by which specialises in vocational education focusing on Construction, Interior Design and General Building; Hair & Beauty; Catering & Hospitality and Motor Vehicle Engineering.
The aim of the school is to promote engagement in learning, raise aspirations and achievement by providing students with a curriculum that is individually tailored to their needs. When full it will serve 140 pupils.
An Islamic faith school for 4-11 year olds in Derby.
Alban City School is a primary school in St Albans, Hertfordshire. The school opened in 2012 and has two forms of entry. It offers a wide range of lunchtime and after school activities including modern foreign languages, sport, music and art. The school runs its own thematically structured curriculum, in such a way that all of the key skills found in the National Curriculum are incorporated.
Aldborough Primary School is located in Redbridge, which opened in 2011. It has two forms of entry and is part of the Loxford School Trust. The school runs a skills based and thematic curriculum and puts particular emphasis on phonics. Aldborough Primary School have also designed and constructed their own purpose built unit for Early Years education which allows for high quality learning, both indoors and outdoors.
All Saints Junior School is a school for 7-11 year olds in Reading. The school, which opened in 2011, can accommodate up to 100 students and is part of the Anthem Schools Trust. It is uniquely located in a refurbished Victorian villa where it has found its permanent home. The school was inspected by Ofsted in 2013 and found to be ‘Outstanding’ in all areas.
A Jewish designated primary school in Barnet.
Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton is a multi-faith school which opened in 2013. The school is part of the Nishkam School Trust and has two forms of entry. The curriculum is virtues-led, with an emphasis on children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Students are given a Nishkam Passport which they use to focus on 50 distinct values. The school has three playgrounds, a field and a forested area, with children also engaging in growing and planting throughout the year.
Ark Atwood Primary Academy is a nursery and primary school located in Westminster, London. The school, which opened in 2011, was established by the leading educational charity Ark and has two forms of entry. It also has an extended school day, from 8.30am to 4pm, which allows for additional English and maths, as well as music and PE. In 2013, the school was one of the first free schools to be inspected by Ofsted and was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in all areas.
Ark Bolingbroke Academy is a secondary school for 11-18 year olds in Wandsworth, London. It was opened in 2012 after a local campaign was started to open a non-selective school in the Battersea area. It is supported by one of the leading educational charities, Ark Schools, and caters for up to 800 students. The school sets high academic standards for its pupils, aiming for 100% of students to achieve at least five GCSE grades of A*-C, including English and maths.