Our Aims

At Carew Academy we strive to develop the full potential of everyone within our community.

We aim to:

  • enable our pupils to achieve their full potential
  • create a happy school where pupils and adults work hard and enjoy their school life in a secure and caring environment
  • provide each child with access to the National Curriculum within a broad, balanced, differentiated and relevant curriculum
  • emphasise the development of literacy and numeracy within the curriculum
  • foster respect for the rights of individuals irrespective of their race, disability, gender, age or creed
  • create a school community which supports all of its members
  • develop pupils’ ability to become independent learners and work cooperatively, preparing them for adult life
  • develop pupils’ ability to respect themselves and others
  • raise pupils’ self-esteem and self confidence

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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Youth Games Dance Competition

Carew Academy dance groups entered into the Youth Games Dance Competition hosted by Para Dance UK and Alexandra Palace. The theme of this year’s competition was ‘Big Live Moments’ celebrating the return of live performances after a difficult year. Over …

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Talk Relationships

Carew Academy are proud to have been chosen as a school to collaborate with the NSPCC on a new project called Talk Relationships. The project will support us with providing valuable training and materials to further deliver inclusive sex and relationships …

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Golden Ticket

As part of our revamped Achievement Programme we have introduced Golden Tickets this year, which are worth 3 achievement points each. A Golden Ticket can be awarded to any student by any member of staff for any real WOW moment …

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Trip to the Science Museum

This week Madrid class continued their day visits with a trip to The Science Museum. Prior to visiting, the group investigated exhibitions they wanted to visit. A new exhibition called ‘Who Am I?’ seemed a popular choice and fitted in …

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