At The St Leonards Academy, we believe that knowledge has the power to transform and enrich lives. It helps us to make sense of the world, to appreciate human creativity and achievement and to become educated citizens who contribute to society.
We have so much to be proud of at St Leonards.
- A well planned and inclusive curriculum.
- A focus on excellence in the classroom.
- A strong pastoral systems with a non -teaching head of year
- Excellent support for student mental health and wellbeing
- Exceptional support for students with additional needs
- Access to great extra- curricular clubs, sport, trips and experiences.
- Strong safeguarding systems to protect our most vulnerable learners
- Amazing student leadership opportunities.
We would love to tell you more about life at the St Leonards Academy.
Mr J Francies
Principal, The St Leonards Academy
Exceptional Drama, Art and Music Facilities
Offering all our learners the chance to discover their passions.
State-of-the-Art ICT Facilities
Our learners have access t a range of technological resources and equipment t support their learning.
Exceptional Pastoral Support Team
At the St Leonards Academy, the wellbeing of our learners is paramount, and our expert team of support staff work had to support the emotional, social and mental development of the young people in our care.
Specialist Support Facilities
We support up to 20 learners with autism and physical difficulties in our inclusive unit.
Our Teaching and Learning
We believe that knowledge has the power to transform and enrich lives. It helps us to make sense of the world, to appreciate human creativity and achievement and to become educated citizens who contribute to society.
Curriculum content is carefully selected by subject experts: From Shakespeare to sound waves, from Pythagoras to pop art, our subject experts have carefully selected the best and most important knowledge from their discipline to inspire and challenge our students.
The curriculum is sequenced to maximise understanding: Our learning is sequenced in order to maximise our students’ skills and understanding.
The curriculum is taught to be remembered: The curriculum is designed to be remembered in detail, embedding learning in our students’ long term memories so that they can build on it later.