Park Campus Academy is a co-educational, secondary Alternative Educational School for students aged 11 to 16. The school offers full-time provision for up to 110 students who have been excluded or are out of mainstream education for other reasons.
Students are referred by the Local Authority via the Pupil Placement Panel.
There is temporary provision for up to ten students, who have been excluded for more than 15 days from four Lambeth Secondary schools that are part of the Behaviour Partnership.
Park Campus Academy site also hosts many of the additional support services to schools.
The Park Campus Academy vision is one where all students are inspired to reach their full potential, regardless of ability or background, where aspirations and achievements are constantly raised through the highest quality academic, personal and vocational teaching and guidance, and where the students and staff benefit from each other’s strengths
Park Campus Academy offers all students the opportunity to be successful in their academic achievement with us as learners. For others, we are a successful bridge back into mainstream education.
The school offers outstanding care guidance and aims to work in partnership with parents, carers, families and outside agencies to support the students and enable them to reach their full potential.
We often support young people who have experienced difficulties in their mainstream school. These might be social, emotional or behavioural difficulties. We offer both full and part-time placements, with many of our young people spending part of their week in a mainstream setting.
As part of the excellent academic opportunities available to all young people, Park Campus Academy offers an exciting and engaging curriculum at Key Stage 3, with a broad and flexible academic and vocational curriculum at Key Stage 4. Our learners have the opportunity to achieve a significant number of GCSEs and vocational qualifications. All our young people move on to employment, education or training, with a significant number leaving to study A-levels at mainstream sixth form colleges.