School Performance

Is a special school in Nottingham catering for one hundred and fifteen pupils from nine to sixteen years. All pupils have been identified with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs.

All needs are assessed through the Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP) process. The plan describes a child or young person’s special educational needs, the support they need, and the outcomes they would like to achieve.

Following the first inspection as a member of the Raleigh Education Trust, Westbury Academy is a good school (Ofsted, September 2021).

School Performance

Is a special school in Nottingham catering for eighty-five pupils from three to sixteen years who have a range of special educational needs.

Pupils have been identified with either social, emotional and mental health needs, autism spectrum disorder, speech, language and communication needs, severe learning disabilities and moderate learning disabilities. All needs are assessed through the Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP) process. The plan describes a child or young person’s special educational needs, the support they need, and the outcomes they would like to achieve.

Following the first inspection as a member of the Raleigh Education Trust, Woodlands Academy is a good school (Ofsted, February 2020).

School Performance

Is a specialist pupil referral unit in Nottingham providing education for pupils from five to fourteen years who received a permanent exclusion from a mainstream setting due to behaviour concerns. Pupils are referred to the school by the local authority.

Following the first inspection as a member of the Raleigh Education Trust, Denewood Academy is a good school (Ofsted, February 2020).

School Performance

Is a specialist pupil referral unit in Nottingham providing education for pupils from fourteen to sixteen years who received a permanent exclusion from a mainstream setting due to behaviour concerns. Pupils are referred to the school by the local authority.

Following the first inspection as a member of the Raleigh Education Trust, Unity Academy is a school that requires further improvement. Ofsted judged pupil behaviour as good (Ofsted, September 2021).

School Performance

Is much larger than the average-sized mainstream primary school in Nottingham.

It is a three-form entry school with up to seven hundred pupils, including a nursery that can cater to 68 places in both morning and afternoon sessions. The school population is diverse, and our pupils represent a range of ethnic and faith groups.

Ambleside Academy has not received an inspection as a member of the Raleigh Education Trust.

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