Parents

At Carew Academy we understand that parents/carers need to be involved in their children’s education.

Communication between the school and parents/carers plays a vital role in ensuring that pupils successfully achieve their potential during their time with us. We would encourage the use of pupils communication books as an integral part of their education and we are always happy to discuss any issues that parents/carers may have.

We understand that parents/carers of children with additional learning needs can often feel isolated and unsure of who to approach for information, advice and guidance. We will be regularly updating the website with useful links, newsletters, events and information that we hope will be of interest to the whole school community.

We seek to ensure all new pupils are fully prepared to join Carew Academy by providing bespoke transition packages. This may include tours, open days, taster days, curriculum samples and home visits.

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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Merit Reward Trip

Four wonderful students from Colombo went on their Merit Reward Trip to Bockett’s Farm. The bumpy tractor ride around the farm was a brilliant way to see and learn about some of the animals including Alpacas, Shetland Pony’s, Sheep, Cows …

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Happy Windrush Day

Windrush Day marks the arrival of Caribbean immigrants to the shores of Britain on 22 June each year – the day HMT Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks in 1948. Carew Staff were treated by the EDI group with snacks …

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Tennis Festival

On Friday 17th of June, nine of our lower school students attended the ‘Sutton Schools Lower School Tennis Festival’ at Cheam LTC. The students participated in a variety of fun tennis activities and had the chance to compete against other …

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Victorian Day

The Carew Academy Victorian Day was held on Friday 10th June.  Staff and pupils dressed up as Victorians – a wide variety of chimney sweeps, orphans, Victorian teachers and maids.  Some classes were able to take part in workshops where …

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