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Pimlico-London SCITT

The Pimlico-London SCITT

Our Partner Schools

Pimlico Academy

Pimlico Academy, our flagship secondary school, boasts a state of-the-art building, exceptional facilities, dynamic staff and a pioneering curriculum at Key Stage 3 that influences how other schools teach. The basics – literacy, numeracy and positive conduct – underpin every lesson.

Pimlico Academy’s pupils are significantly above the national average in terms of deprivation. The Trust is committed to transforming the life chances of all its pupils. This is reflected in the fact that 70% of the summer 2015 KS4 cohort entered and 37% achieved the academic EBACC qualification (compared to a national success rate of 24%). Of pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding, 31% achieved the EBACC in 2015 (compared to the 2014 national figure of 11%).

The Academy was rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in 2010, two years after it joined our family.

Find out more on the school’s website.

Phoenix Academy

Phoenix Academy joined Future Academies in September 2016. Phoenix is a vibrant, multicultural school committed to enhancing the life chances of all the learners who attend. The school offers a wide range of learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. We believe that learning beyond the classroom has the capacity to enhance and to engage learners in new and innovative ways.

Phoenix High School was rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted before it joined the Trust in 2016.

Find out more on the school’s website.

Millbank Academy

Millbank Academy is a two-form entry primary school offering an excellent education characterised by a first-rate curriculum and the rigour of high-quality teaching. In addition to its academic success, Millbank pupils are high achievers in sport and music. Millbank, which has a small unit for pupils with autism, is located on a spacious site with traditional Victorian buildings.

It has been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in successive inspections and was last judged 'outstanding' by Ofsted in 2013.

Find out more on the school’s website.

Churchill Gardens Primary Academy 

Churchill Gardens Primary Academy is a popular one-form entry school with committed and dedicated staff who work with families to develop independent lifelong learners and responsible citizens. Churchill Gardens Primary Academy has a specialist speech and language unit and boasts generous outside space for a school in Westminster.

Churchill Gardens Primary Academy was judged 'good' by Ofsted in 2016.

Find out more on the school’s website.

Pimlico Primary 

Pimlico Primary is a free school that opened in September 2013. Pimlico Primary is a new school in a new building; and it sets a new standard in primary school education, with subjects engagingly introduced from the first year in school. In the grounds of Pimlico Academy, it has light and spacious classrooms, a library, a gym hall, sheltered outdoor play areas, a roof terrace and ‘the Lab’, a special room dedicated to art and science.

Pimlico Primary was judged Outstanding by Ofsted in 2015.

Find out more on the school’s website.

Laureate Academy

Laureate Academy is Future Academies’ newest academy, having recently opened on a leafy and spacious site in Hemel Hempstead. Working at this academy will provide an exciting opportunity to work with the staff to continue to establish a new and exciting school which provides an exceptional standard of education to the community. You will work under the guidance of the senior leadership team to improve student outcomes, embed academy expectations, and provide students with new opportunities to be successful across the curriculum.

Partner routes – PGCE with QTS

 West London Free School

From its foundation in 2011, the West London Free School has been at the forefront of education, both locally and nationally. The school has a distinct and very clear ethos, which is to provide a classical liberal education for pupils of all backgrounds, emphasising scholarship and academic excellence.

The curriculum is rich and knowledge-based, and ensures that all of the pupils are provided with an education that includes the materials and methods of the great scholars, thinkers and academics.  Pupils learn how to study with rigour, diligence and application, so that they are able to study, absorb and understand their subjects at increasingly challenging levels as they progress through the school. Find out more about them on their website.

TBAP 

Tri-Borough Alternative Provisions (TBAP) MAT is a network of schools that delivers alternative provision education in West London. Over the last three years it has undergone rapid and impressive growth to become the leading Multi-Academy Trust of its type in the country. There is a dynamic, forward-thinking staff team which has always striven to deliver the best possible outcomes for their learners. TBAP’s belief is that all children have the potential to become successful adults. Strong and healthy relationships with the learners and with each other mean that staff really know the learners and their needs and can ensure success is achieved by providing exactly the right support.

Applications for trainees who wish to be placed full-time in one of the TBAP schools will be managed by TBAP in conjunction with the Pimlico London SCITT. To find out more, please visit the TBAP website.

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Future Training

Pimlico Academy, Lupus Street, London SW1V 3AT
info@futuretraining.org
Tel: 020 7802 3455