Learning for Life
Welcome to the Foxwood Academy website. We hope you find it interesting and informative.
The pupils here are remarkable! They are keen to learn and strive to do their very best and make a positive contribution to school life and within the wider community. They make Foxwood Academy a great place to be and we all work very hard to develop a culture where respect, celebration of difference and equality of opportunity are at the centre of all we do.
In October 2017 Ofsted judged us to be a Good school. The report highlighted we have a drive and determination within the school to offer the very best quality of education and care to the pupils it serves. Staff know pupils extremely well and are dedicated to meeting their academic and pastoral needs. As a result, pupils continue to thrive and make progress. Parents speak positively about the school and are highly supportive. Relationships between staff and pupils are strong and supportive Consequently, pupils report and are clear that they feel safe and are happy during their time at school. We are very proud of the achievements of our students as they progress through the Academy and to see them make very successful transition onto further study and in some cases paid employment.
As part of our continual drive for improvement, governors, staff and students have reviewed our vision and values and agreed the following:
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