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Welcome to The Co-operative Academy of Leeds


We provide a well structured and engaging curriculum and promote good behaviour.

We aim for the academy to be at the heart of the local community and to foster a love of learning.

The academy strives to empower students to make good choices which will enable them to achieve success.

The partnership between home and school is an important one. By working together, we can ensure your child is fully engaged in their learning.

Our staff team; many of whom are bi-lingual is dedicated to linking with families and accessing appropriate contacts.

About us

Students are supported through an extensive pastoral care and learning support system. This includes specialist English as a second language teaching. Our post 16 provision offers  personalised and destination led programmes of studies to meet the needs of individual learners. 

Facilities available

Our state of the art building and excellent facilities include Science and Technology workshops, Physical Education Sports Hall with a specialist dance studio, Art and Design, Music, and Drama studios, and up to date information Communication Technologies facilities.

Classrooms are well equipped. Our library and computer suite support independent work, and the sixth former have their own  ‘Cyber café’.  

The communal hall, has its own lighting and sound systems for school shows and assemblies.  All students and staff eat in a spacious dining facility. 

The grounds are secure offering shelter, seating, and areas for outside recreational activities.

Additional support

We provide a curriculum which develops the whole child physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally. 

We provide a broad and balanced curriculum which takes account of the individuality and uniqueness of every young person.

Our students enjoy work experience placements in the local community and innovative partnership arrangements which result in a highly personalised curriculum.

Our work is carefully planned ensuring all young people are given access to the National Curriculum, and a wide range of choices between 14 and 19. 

The curriculum is enriched by visits to appropriate places, guest visitors coming to school and the inclusion of different resources such as the Museum and the School Library Services.

Learner success

 

In 2013, 100% of our post 16 learners who applied to study a course at university were successful in securing a place in various universtities.

How to apply

You can apply for courses at The Co-operative Academy of Leeds through UCAS Progress. Add courses to your favourites to apply to this provider.

Last updated date: 11 November 2016

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