Curriculum at the CE Academy
Each young person attending 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 are also opportunities to achieve qualifications in a range of vocational areas, for example: hair and beauty, building trades, land management and animal care.
Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils
Pupils can be referred to the CE Academy via the pupils school or Local Authority (Parents can use either of these channels to request a referral for their child, but not directly through the CE Academy)
Permanently excluded pupils
Permanently excluded pupils are referred via Northamptonshire’s School Attendance Support Service (SASS) or other Local Authorities
Pupils at risk of exclusion/Dual registration
Pupils can be referred directly to the CE Academy by mainstream schools using the referral below.
Individual admission may vary according to circumstances, but the usual pattern will include:
- CE Academy aim to admit the young person within 2 weeks of receipt of the referral
- The identification of a key tutor within CE Academy
- Contact with the pupil and his/her parents/carers initiated by CE Academy
- A visit to the CE Academy by the pupil and his/her parents/carers
- The agreement of a timetable
Please use the links below to open Referral Forms or Dual Registration Agreements for online completion and Dual Registration Costings for your information*:
* Please note CE Academy does not routinely take young people with EHCP plans.
All referrals to be emailed email@example.com