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Ark Putney Academy

Ark Putney Academy is an academy for pupils aged 11-18. It is a mixed, non-selective academy with no religious affiliation. Ark Putney Academy is a member of the Ark Network of academies, one of the most successful academy chains in the country. Our commitment is to ensuring outstanding progress for every student through: – A well designed curriculum – A broad range of enrichment and extension programmes – Excellent pastoral care and support. Our goal is for every student by the age of 18 to have access to a university place or career of their choice.

Ashcroft Technology Academy

Ashcroft Technology Academy is a state-funded school, independent of local authority control. The Academy is sponsored by Lord Ashcroft, KCMG. Ashcroft Academy, with £17 million of impressive new buildings and refurbishment, offers excellent and wider opportunities to achieve the highest possible standards of learning for our students in a technology-rich environment. Up to 21 places will be offered to those students with the highest score in an aptitude test in the Academy’s specialist subjects of Information Technology and Design and Technology.

Battersea Park School

Battersea Park School is a foundation school for boys and girls aged 11 – 18, with 790 pupils on the roll.
The school is non-selective and offers a broad and rich curriculum to children of all abilities, with many opportunities for children to develop their strengths and interests in a supportive environment. The school has Performing Arts School Status and recently refurbished performing arts spaces. Battersea Technology College changed its name to Battersea Park School on 1st September 2008 following its success in becoming a Specialist Performing Arts School.

Bolingbroke Academy

Bolingbroke Academy is a secondary academy for 11-18 year olds opened in September 2012 on the site of the former Bolingbroke Hospital, next to Wandsworth Common. It is a mixed, non-selective school with no religious affiliation. Run by education charity ARK Schools, the academy offers a curriculum designed to prepare all pupils for academic university courses, or for a career of their choice. It has specialisms in mathematics and music.

Chestnut Grove Academy

Chestnut Grove Academy is a new-style, high performing Academy for boys and girls aged 11-19. It has 904 pupils on roll. The governors are responsible for the arrangements for admitting children.
The academy will admit 165 pupils in September 2014. 30 places are offered to children who show an aptitude for Art and Design and 30 places to children who show an aptitude for Modern Foreign Languages. 105 places are offered across the full range of ability to siblings and then to those who live nearest to the academy. Specialises in arts and modern foreign languages.

Ernest Bevin College

Ernest Bevin is a specialist college for sport, mathematics and computing. It recently gained International School status and will be a training camp for the 2012 Olympic Games. A 4 lane 25m swimming pool was opened in September 2007 as part of the new sports complex. Students benefit from swimming lessons from Years 7-11 where they work towards achieving National Swim Awards and learning skills.
The Leander Swimming Club uses the pool at EBC and provides training for all levels of competitive swimming along with learn to swim programmes.
Postcodes near this school: SW17-7; SW12-8; SW18-3.

Graveney School

Graveney is an Academy for boys and girls aged 11-18. It is a technology College specialising in science, mathematics, computing and technology. It has 1,960 pupils on roll.

Saint Cecilia’s Wandsworth Church of England School

Saint Cecilia’s, Wandsworth Church of England School is a voluntary-aided comprehensive school for girls and boys aged 11-18. The governors of the school are responsible for the arrangements for admitting children. The school will admit 150 pupils in September 2014. 90 places are offered to children who meet criteria based on the Church of England ethos of the school and 45 places are offered to those of other faiths and none. 15 places are offered to children who show an aptitude for music. Saint Cecilia’s, Wandsworth specialises in the teaching and learning of Music and Mathematics.

Saint John Bosco College

St John Bosco College is a Catholic school that opened in September 2011. It will admit up to 120 girls and boys each year and includes the first Sixth Form in a Catholic school in Wandsworth. The school combines the highest academic standards with a strongly supportive ethos, at the heart of which is the teaching of the Catholic Church and the educational approach of Saint John Bosco. Pupils enjoy a school life that is supported by prayer, worship and excellent chaplaincy provision. The school specialises in business and enterprise and, through its rich modern languages provision, is forging local, national and global links.

Southfields Academy

Southfields Academy is an Academy for boys and girls aged 11-19. It has 1,473 pupils on roll, with a Sixth Form roll of 371. At Southfields Academy we are achievement focused in all aspects of academy life. We are in the top percentile of schoolnationally for value-added results. We have a positive ethos with an emphasis on teaching and learning. Our curriculum is wide and varied and provides young people with remarkable opportunities to study, develop their skills and, more importantly, enjoy   learning. We offer a wide range of courses. Of course, we offer the traditional academic subjects, but in addition to this we offer vocational and work-related courses that can prepare and equip our students with the knowledge, skills and abilities for their chosen careers. We have a flourishing Sixth form which offers a gateway to university, apprenticeships or employment / training.

Francis Barber Pupil Referral Unit (PRU)

Francis Barber Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) provides education for secondary-aged pupils who live in
Wandsworth and are permanently excluded or who are not on a school roll for other reasons. The PRU
also works with secondary aged pupils on the roll of Wandsworth Council maintained schools, who are
not attending school or who are experiencing emotional, behavioural or social difficulties in school.

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