Our Learning Leadership Team

Education management across the Wey group is governed by our Academic Advisory board. Our learning leadership team is led by our Executive Headteacher and Deputy Headteachers who manage their teaching teams across each Key Stage. Below you can find further information on each part of our education management structure.

The Academic Advisory Board

Our Academic Advisory Board is chaired by Dame Erica Pienaar who is supported by Carolyn Unsted, Education Adviser at the Department for Education (DfE).

The Learning Leadership Team

Our Executive Headteacher is supported by Deputy Headteachers who are responsible for the management of our primary, secondary and sixth form provision.

Fully Qualified Teaching Staff

Wey Education employs over 100 experienced and fully qualified teachers. They are supported by department heads and senior leaders. Our teachers are well-versed in the practice of online teaching and learning and its application to the vulnerable groups of learners that we support.

A Broad and Balanced Curriculum

Throughout each education phase, we offer a broad and balanced curriculum offer to the learners we support. Our curriculum provides the opportunity for pupils to match the achievements of their peers in mainstream and to offer real progression routes.

Our Learning Programmes

We understand the importance of delivering quality core subject outcomes for the pupils referred to us. However, our curriculum at each Key Stage provides access to a range of subject choices. This includes humanities, languages, social science and creative subjects. You can learn more about our different Key Stage programmes below:

Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 Key Stage 4 Key Stage 5
Progression and Reintegration

Academy21 recognises that each learner is unique and that in most cases, their history and life experiences to date will directly influence possible progression routes and their target academic outcomes. We can offer a baseline assessment for each pupil referred to us or utilise existing assessment data to ensure we set realistic targets for them to support progress monitoring.

We view the successful reintegration of any learner referred to us to a mainstream setting as a positive outcome. However, where that is not possible, we provide an annual report which includes suggested routes of progression for their next academic year. This is made available whether they remain with Academy21 or move onto a different setting.

Safeguarding and Child Protection

Our Safeguarding practice is quality assured by over 30 different local authority frameworks and through the governance of our Academic Advisory board and learning leadership team. All teachers attend safeguarding training and our key senior staff are fully trained as our Designated Safeguarding Leads.

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