Alternative Provision

Our core subject curriculum is designed for schools to use as and when they have students who are not accessing education.Our lessons are designed to boost students confidence and encourage them to engage with learning in a social way.

We use a wide range of techniques to improve participation, both within live lessons and through additional activities to support them in extending their learning. With this ability to provide high quality and cost effective teaching, accessible from any location, we are able to support more young people to achieve the best that they can through education and social development. Our aim is to help these learners to make progress when they are unable to attend a physical school and to restore a renewed relationship with learning that will stay with them long term.

Key Stage 3 Options (View below or click here to download)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Start of Day          
9.30 - 10.15 KS3 Science KS 3 Science KS3 Science KS3 Science  
Break          
11.30 - 12.15 KS3 Maths KS3 Maths      SMC Learning To Learn
12.00 - 12.45     KS3 Maths KS3 Maths  
Break          
14.00 - 14.45 KS3 English KS3 English KS3 English KS3 English  
End of Day          

* Learning to learn will include study skills, citizenship and information literacy

Key Stage 4 Options (View below or click here to download)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Start of Day          

10.30 - 11.15

KS4 Science KS4 Science KS4 Science KS4 Science  10-30 - 11.30 Learning to Learn
Break          
13.00 - 13.45 KS4 Maths KS4 Maths KS4 Maths KS4 Maths  
Break          
15.00 - 15.45 KS4 English KS4 English KS4 English KS4 English  
End of Day          
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About

Wey ecademy works with schools and organisations in the UK and abroad, to deliver qualified teaching to a range of learners. Our experience in delivering learning online has enabled us to perfect our teaching style. We are experts in our field and we have created a range of services specifically designed to meet the needs of the student and to complement their education regardless of their current situation or circumstance. We can offer short term support for a young person with the aim of re-engaging them in their education and we can offer a more comprehensive longer term service depending on what is required. 

Legal notice

Wey ecademy recognises our legal and moral duty to promote the well-being of children, protect them from harm and respond to safeguarding concerns.  Through their day-to-day contact with pupils and correspondence with families, the staff at Wey ecademy have a role to play in noticing safeguarding concerns and working with parents and appropriate agencies. 

We have a responsibility for the care, welfare and safety of the pupils receiving our service and we will carry out this duty through our teaching and learning, extracurricular activities, pastoral care and extended school activities. In order to achieve this, all members of staff, in whatever capacity, will at all times act proactively in child welfare matters especially where there is a possibility that a child may be at risk of harm, we will act immediately.

Contact Us

Wey ecademy, a fresh relationship with learning

School Office
Wey ecademy
Lewis Parry House 
Elvicta Estate 
Crickhowell 
NP8 1DF

Tel.  44 (0)1873 813905 
Email. paula.reynolds@weyecademy.com

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