Westvale Park Primary Academy is part of Aurora Academies Trust, who are sponsored by Pansophic Learning. It is a two-form entry primary and nursery, with an admission number of 60 for entry in reception. It is an inclusive school, with a unique humanities curriculum called Paragon. This immersive curriculum will allow pupils to experience a journey in time, cultures and geographical locations.
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Whitelands Academy is part of the White Horse Federation and aims to provide children with the best possible education and the securest of environments. It has 1,200 places for pupils aged 11-16 in Oxfordshire. They aim to combine the best of tried-and-tested methodology with new and innovative ways of teaching.
The Wren Academy Enfield is a Christian faith designated secondary school with 1280 places for pupils aged 11-18 in Enfield. Through its specialism in Design and the Built Environment, tutorial and house systems and ethos, the school focuses on social and emotional development as much as on academic achievement.
Millbay Academy, an all-through school in Plymouth’s Coastal Quarter. The school is part of the Reach South family of schools. Reach South Academy Trust exists to provide schools that serve their local community; offering parents and guardians access to the highest quality of local schools for their children.
The Martin Bacon Academy is a state of the art, Area Special School, built in the heart of the Northstowe Learning Community. The school caters for children and young people aged 3 to 19 who have a range of complex and significant learning needs in the area of cognition and learning (with other co-occurring conditions). This covers a wide range of needs including learners with autistic spectrum condition and those with complex physical and sensory impairments. At full capacity The Martin Bacon Academy will have 110 pupils attending.
The Beckmead Moundwood Academy is a purpose-built provision for up to 103 children who have been identified as having social, emotional and and mental health (SEMH) needs. The school is committed to providing a dynamic and personalised learning environment where pupils experience an enjoyable and challenging educational journey. Staff have an excellent understanding of children and young people with SEMH needs and also who have ASD traits - This is derived from the outstanding practice which the Beckmead Trust has developed for current provision.