Curriculum at the CE Academy
Each young person attending the CE Academy has an individual timetable designed to meet their needs.* This includes an appropriate balance of academic and practical/vocational subjects.
All Key Stage 3 young people will follow the Ruth Miskin Literacy programme and all are involved in a social skills/team building programme designed to improve their interpersonal skills.
At Key Stage 4 young people are able to take GCSEs in up to eight subjects. The CE Academy will also support young people wanting to complete GCSE studies begun in mainstream school.
There is an opportunity to achieve qualifications in a range of vocational areas for example Catering, Hair & Beauty & Mechanics.
* Please note CE Academy does not routinely take young people with EHC plans.
Young People in Key Stage 3 will need to wear a uniform at school. Whereas, pupils in Key Stage 4 are not required to wear a uniform, however we still have rules on what can and can’t be worn in the academy. For more information please check our Dress Code page.
Pupils living over three miles from where they are to be taught will receive a bus pass.
This will be arranged by the school or the CE Academy. You may need to supply passport-size photographs.
Pupils entitled to free school meals will receive a packed lunch. Others are expected to provide their own food.
These will be supplied to pupils.
Our curriculum is made up of the following subjects:
- Design and Technology
- Art and Design
- Critical Studies
- Relationship, Health and Sex Education
- PACC (Personal, Social and Health Education) Activities
- Careers and Citizenship
- Vocational options include:
- Hair and Beauty
Staff will offer careers advice and support.
We support pupils in returning to mainstream school as and when appropriate.
Ring the CE Campus as soon as possible in the morning.
Ring the CE Campus and inform staff who will offer you support.
Yes, write a note/letter/send a text/email or ring. If we are not there, leave a message on the answer-phone and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you wish to visit, please contact the Campus first to make an appointment as staff may be teaching and are not always available.
Each pupil has a member of staff who supports them whilst at the Campus and who will contact parents/carers about their progress.
You can contact the following:
Designated Safeguarding Lead/Prevent/E-Safety Lead:
Lou Bridger (Deputy Head) - email@example.com
Deputy Designated Safeguarding/Prevent Lead(s):
James Thomas (Headteacher) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Adrian Davy (Deputy Head - email@example.com
Sally Mallott (Multi Agency Coordinator) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hayley Singlehurst-Mooney (OT) - email@example.com
Or phone the CE Academy County Office: 01604 239 734
Or visit the Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children’s Trust website and report a concern.
Every few weeks you will receive a report on your child’s progress. We will update parents/carers regularly by phone.
All pupils are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. If there are problems you will be contacted by your son/daughter’s Key Tutor or a senior member of staff.
Useful Phone Numbers
Headteacher, County Office - 01604 239734
Cromwell, Northampton - 01604 239733
Overleys, Northampton - 01604 824000
Fairlawn, Wellingborough - 01933 445250
Spring Gardens, Wellingborough - 01933 445830
William Knibb, Kettering - 01536 536400
London Road, Kettering - 01536 311000
Forest Gate, Corby - 01536 408976
Community law service - Northampton and County (Welfare Rights)
Northampton - 01604 621038
Wellingborough - 01933 278248
Rushden - 01933 313020
Kettering - 01536 482281
Corby - 01536 265501
Children’s Social Care
Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub - 0300 126 7000
Out of hours:
Children’s Social Care Team - 01604 626938