Titan St George's Academy is an alternative provision school for those aged 13-16 in Birmingham. The school, which opened in 2013, was established by Titan, a partnership of Birmingham inner-city education, business and community providers. The school gives every pupil the opportunity to gain a GCSE in English, Maths and Science as well as offering a range of enrichment activities.
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St Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox School is an 11-18 secondary in Enfield, North London. The school, which opened in 2013, is part of the Russell Education Trust and can cater for up to 1,050 pupils. It offers a traditional but contemporary curriculum which aims to develop its students intellectually, socially, culturally, spiritually and morally. With a focus on English, maths and science, the school also offers classical subjects such as Latin and Greek and a variety of extra-curricular activities.
Sparkwell All Saints Primary School opened Sparkwell, Plymouth in 2013. It was established by a community group so that local children would have the opportunity to attend a school in their village. It can cater for up to 105 pupils and has a curriculum that makes extensive use of enquiry based learning, which often incorporates the outdoors, for example through weekly forest school activities in the local Tin Woods. The school also has its own dog, Luna the Cavapoo, who helps with pupils' emotional and social development.
Southend YMCA Community School is an alternative provision school for those aged 14-18 in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. The school, which opened in 2013, was established by Southend YMCA, a local charity with prior experience of providing alternative education. It can cater for up to 50 pupils, with a focus on the functional elements of English, maths and science and developing social skills and behaviours.
REACH School is an alternative provision school for those aged 13-16 in Birmingham. The school opened in 2013 and can cater for up to 64 pupils who are not thriving in mainstream education. In addition to focusing on the core subjects of English, Maths, Science and ICT, students can choose vocational subjects, as well as being given extensive careers support.