Bromley Trust Academy – Midfield Campus
Head of School – Gina Queeley
This school provides education and support for 5-11 year olds who are at risk of being, or have been, permanently excluded from their primary school Staff work with students with the aim of helping them return to mainstream school ,or to access a specialist school setting if more appropriate. For more information click here.
Bromley Trust Academy – Hayes Campus
Head of School Julie Loizou
This school provides education and support for 11-16 year olds who are at risk of being, or have been, permanently excluded from secondary schools.
Staff work with students to identify and remove barriers to learning so they can return to a mainstream school or to access specialist school settings if more appropriate. At Key Stage 4 students are supported to achieve academic and/or vocational qualifications. For more information click here.
Bromley Beacon Academy – Orpington Campus
Interim Head of School – Helena Hamilton
This school provides education and support for 7-13 year olds with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs, who have Education Health and Care Plans. Developing core literacy and numeracy skills is key, which is offered alongside a broad range of other curriculum areas and therapeutic support. For more information click here.
Bromley Beacon Academy – Bromley Campus
Head of School – Alex Leng
This school provides education and support for 14-18 year olds with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs, who have Education Health and Care Plans. Students have the opportunity to specialise in a range of vocational subject areas, with industry-standard facilities and expert teachers – alongside a focus on literacy and numeracy skills. A range of therapeutic and counselling support is also provided. For more information click here.
Aspire Academy Bexley
Head of School – Mr P. Collins
Aspire Academy Bexley is a very small special school catering for children with emotional, social or behavioural difficulties. Aspire Academy Bexley was inspected by OFSTED in July 2015 and was graded as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas of the inspection. Aspire Academy Bexley promotes inclusion in the widest sense. For more information click here.
Endeavour Academy Bexley
Head of School – Beverley Evans
Endeavour Academy Bexley is a lively, happy school and our students enjoy a full curriculum, which mirrors mainstream provisions. Although small, we want our students to have the same opportunities as a mainstream school and we pride ourselves on our curriculum offer. Our students have a range of learning needs but we aim to instil the desire to learn and make progress and the belief that they can aim high and are able to achieve their goals. For more information click here.
Horizons Academy Bexley
Head of School – Barbara MacKenzie
Horizons Academy Bexley is commissioned as part of London South East Academies Trust to provide the Pupil Referral Service and alternative provision for London Borough of Bexley. Housed in a purpose-built school, Horizons Academy Bexley is able to provide high quality education and behaviour intervention programmes for pupils who are either excluded or at risk of exclusion and who live within the borough. The school caters for children and young people from Key Stage 1 through to Key Stage 4, offering a range of services from short term respite provision to longer term education for students in Key Stage 4 for whom mainstream school is no longer able to meet their needs. For more information click here.
Head of School – Lucy Childs
Situted in Erith in the London Borough of Bexley, Belmont Academy has excellent facilities providing pupils with the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities, ensuring that they thrive socially, physically, emotionally and academically. Thier pupils are highly motivated, well behaved and a pleasure to teach.
Belmont Academy is an inclusive school, with specialist facilities for children who are blind or visually imparied. They are committed to supporting and learning from others - and have been working in close partnership with Woodside Academy.
Head of School – Kathryn Freame
Woodside Academy is a special academy, offering provision for 5-19 year olds with a wide range of learning difficulties, including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and moderate learning and medical needs. All our pupils have a Statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) or an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP).
They work in close partnership with Belmont Academy, which is unique in that it connects a special school with a mainstream school. It enables us to make meaningful links between the two educational environments, enriching the provision on offer to our children.