Ethos Academy Trust comprises five Alternative Provision Academies and a Specialist SEMH Free school as follows:
Engage Academy (Key Stage 1 & 2) – Kirklees
Reach Academy (Key Stage 3) – Kirklees
Ethos College (Key Stage 4 plus medical provision for Key Stage 1-4) – Kirklees
Evolve Academy (Key Stage 2 & 3) – Wakefield
Enrich Academy (Key Stage 4) – Wakefield
Elements Academy (Key Stage 2-4) Special SEMH Free School – Rotherham
Collectively, we provide wide-ranging support and educational opportunities for pupils with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs and for pupils unable to attend school for medical reasons. Trust staff work in partnership with schools, parents / carers and other professionals to support and promote the educational and social inclusion of pupils.
EHCP Educational Provision at Ethos College (KS4), Reach Academy (KS3) and Engage Academy (KS1/2)+
To access a place at one of our Kirklees based Alternative Provisions please download the respective brochure below.
Full time long term provision for Key Stage 4 Pupils with an EHCP is available at Ethos College.
Full time long term provision for Key Stage 3 Pupils with an EHCP is available at Reach Academy
Full time long term provision for Key Stage 1/2 Pupils with an EHCP is available at Engage academy
Medical Teaching & Learning Support in Partnership with Kirklees Mainstream Schools (KS1-4)+
Kirklees Local Authority has responsibility for arranging suitable full-time education for children who, because of health and medical needs, would not receive suitable education without such provision. The provision is made through Ethos Academy Trust, delivered by Ethos College.
Ethos College will continue to provide teaching in the autumn term 2023.
Current Provision: 1:1 teaching & learning support for pupils unable to attend school for medical reasons.
SEMH Provision available in Wakefield (Evolve Academy and Enrich Academy)+
At Evolve Academy and Enrich Academy, we provide education for pupils in KS2, KS3 and KS4 who, for whatever reason, are currently unable to attend a mainstream school. E
We offer a nurturing, safe, inclusive and friendly environment where the building of trusting relationships is paramount. We have extremely high expectations and our pupils achieve good academic progress across the curriculum. We place an emphasis on improving reading, writing and maths skills through personalised and creative learning opportunities.
Both academies have a broad, creative curriculum that enables all pupils, regardless of need, to achieve their potential and thrive in their new schools. The curriculum aims to practically support pupils in wide-ranging ways; building strong foundations for positive emotional health and wellbeing by providing opportunities to further enhance and celebrate their many skills and talents. Pupils previously disengaged from education re-engage with a new-found enthusiasm and zest for learning.
For additional information please visit our websites in the link below.
How Evolve Academy and Enrich Academy support is accessed in Wakefield+
Wakefield schools can refer for a step-out placement at Evolve Academy. This support is accessed through the Wakefield Inclusion Panel. The aim of the AP pathway is to provide a 6- 12 week placement in an alternative setting in order to undertake assessment plus some intervention which is focused on the pupil’s holistic needs, followed by their return and successful reintegration into their current mainstream school.
Our SEMH Special Free School in Rotherham+
Elements Academy is a learning community that is safe, nurturing, respectful, aspirational and resilient. We provide a curriculum that empowers students to gain the skills, knowledge and resilience needed to be happy, fulfilled and successful individuals. At the heart of our approach is the nurture principle. This approach is focused on wellbeing and relationships and a drive to support the individual growth and development of all students. Elements Academy is a learning community and we welcome the opportunity to work in partnership with parents, other agencies and the wider community.