A specialist SEN school for secondary aged boys with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs

Welcome to the new LWS Academy website Mr Christopher Berry, Headteacher Pupils feel safe at LWS. They like school because staff care about them. Ofsted 2019 My son's lessons are wonderfully structured Feedback from Year 7 Parent Pupils enjoy a range of clubs at breaktime. Ofsted 2019 Our students love being projects Gary the Zebra and Gloria the Rhino involved in community Students study a a comprehensive, aspirational school curriculum.

We are delighted to welcome you to LWS Academy, proud to be part ofGosport & Fareham Multi-Academy Trust

Coronavirus Updates

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Remote Education Provision

For information about our remote learning provision please see our dedicated page HERE

Welcome to the LWS Academy website, a small glimpse into life at  our fantastic school. Whether you are already a part of our community, a prospective parent or student, or a colleague who is interested in exploring the work we do here, we hope that you obtain all of the information that you need.

LWS is a specialist school for boys with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. Staff at LWS ensure that our core three values, Respectful, Responsible and Ready to Learn resonate throughout our school community to ensure successful outcomes for all. 

Our aspirational curriculum allows our students to experience a mainstream academic experience whilst being supported by a highly skilled and supportive staff team as well as smaller class sizes to ensure academic and pastoral progress. We enable our students through their learning journey and are always prepared to support them through the consequences of actions and guide them toward being able to regulate themselves in preparation for the life journey ahead of them 

Another Record Breaking Year of GCSE Results at LWS

GCSE results at LWS Academy continue to see outstanding improvement compared to previous years, and we are incredibly proud of our learners’ achievements. This year, our Year 11 learners made, on average, double the progress compared to their peers last year. 90% passed at least 

Temporary timetables from 5th July

Due to the number of staff self-isolating next week, we have had to make a temporary change to the timetable that students will be accessing online and onsite. This change will only be from the 5th to the 10th July. If your son does not 

Remote learning during national lockdown

Dear Parents/ Carers Please see attached letter for details on adjustments to our online timetable. Remote learning during national lockdown

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