Welcome to the Kennington Park Academy's Website
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS/CARERS AND SCHOOLS
KPA is now only partially open to a few pupils deemed to be the more vulnerable. We will contact all parents/carers of such pupils and discuss access arrangements. We are currently awaiting more information from the government regarding the possible opening up of the provision for Y1 and Y6 pupils from 01.06.20. We will be in touch with the families of these pupils. Please however do contact us if you wish to discuss this.
KPA and Oak Park are currently closed to all but the most vulnerable pupils. We are currently providing child care services to support particular families and children -and are following government guidance on this . We will be in contact with all the families that this applies to.
We will also be in regular contact with all of our families to check on family wellbeing and just to keep in touch.
We have given home learning packs out to those pupils who attended during the latter part of the week of 16.03.20. We will email work out to parents/carers and we also have links on our website to educational resources and websites.
Keep healthy and safe everyone and we look forward to things being back to normal at some point.
For urgent enquiries and any safeguarding concerns, please contact the Headteacher, Anne Sturman on 07854 265 287 / email@example.com
PLEASE GO TO OUR 'COVID-19' TAB FOR INFORMATION ON HOW WE ARE SUPPORTING FAMILIES DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC INCLUDING INFORMATION ON HOME LEARNING.
Welcome to our website.
We are primary alternative provision supporting pupils who have been permanently excluded, or out of school for other reasons. We also work with primary schools who can refer pupils for an intervention placement –supporting the schools to reintegrate the children back. Our main aim is to get pupils prepared for a return back to school.
In addition, we have a SEMH Resource Base (Oak Park) on site which caters for pupils with an EHCP with SEMH as the main need. These pupils will stay with us until the end of KS2.
Our Mission Statement is :
- To offer a secure and carefully structured environment, where disaffected and/or permanently excluded pupils develop as confident and independent learners able to achieve their best outcomes.
- To facilitate and support the successful reintegration of pupils into schools.
- To promote the values of citizenship, courage, friendship, equality, determination, inspiration, mutual respect and tolerance
We are proud of our inclusive practise and the fact that in September 2019 we were awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark Centre of Excellence status.