Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.  At the current time we are not able to offer Open Mornings to view the school.  We will be organising individual school tours from 1 October, these will start with families who are currently on our waiting list who we will contact directly.

Once we have completed the waiting list tours we will take bookings for tours based on the regulations in place at the time.  We will post further details here about how to book in due course.

Best wishes, Rob Watkins.

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.

Parent 2019

 

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