Basingstoke Alliance SCITT Partnership schools

Secondary 11-16 Years

 

 

 

Aldworth Science College

       

Aldworth School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

930 students, Headteacher: Denis McCabe – Western Way, Basingstoke, RG22 6HA.

Aldworth School was judged as ‘Good’ by OFSTED during its inspection in February 2013.  The school has a team of experienced mentors and has an excellent track record with ITT programmes.  The Headteacher is a member of the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT Executive Board and a Deputy Headteacher from the school sits on the University of Southampton ITT steering group.  The proportion of students eligible for the pupil premium is in line with the national average.  The proportion of disabled students and those who have special education needs being supported through school action, school action plus, or with a statement of special educational needs is also in line with national averages.  The school has resourced provision for physically disabled students, including those with hearing impairments, although there are no students in this category currently on roll.

 

SCITTCo:  Debbie Smith

debbie.smith@aldworth.hants.sch.uk

www.aldworth.hants.sch.uk

Telephone:  01256 322691

 

Avon Valley College

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since December 2015

622 students, Headteacher Tim Webber - Recreation Rd, Durrington, Salisbury SP4 8HH

Avon Valley College was judged as ‘Good’ by OFSTED during its inspection in March 2014.  The school is an 11 -18 Specialist Sports College with a second specialism in Applied Learning.  It has a highly qualified and very committed staff, a supportive and highly effective Governing Body and facilities which are constantly being updated and extended.  At Avon Valley people matter: our students, parents, staff, governors and the community and they all have a voice in the work of the College and play an essential role in the process of achievement and improvement. 

 

SCITTCo:  Andy Owen

aowen@avonvalley.wilts.sch.uk

www.avonvalley.wilts.sch.uk

Telephone:  01980 652467

 

Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2015

821 students, Headteacher: JP Wright – St Michael's Road Basingstoke RG22 6SR.

Bishop Challoner Catholic Secondary School was judged as ‘Good’ by OFSTED during its inspection in October 2014.  Bishop Challoner is a smaller than average secondary school.  As a Catholic school it serves a wide area and about a quarter of its students travel from outside the local area.  It is a specialist school for mathematics and computing.  The majority of students are from White British backgrounds, with almost one in ten from a range of minority ethnic groups.  There are 31 students who are at an early stage of learning English as an additional language.  The proportion of students identified as having learning difficulties and disabilities is close to the national average.  Very few students are eligible for free school meals.

 

SCITTCo:  Siobhan Smith

siobhan.smith@bcs.hants.sch.uk

http://www.bcs.hants.sch.uk/

Telephone:  01256 462661

 

Brighton Hill Community School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

573 students, Headteacher; Mr Chris Edwards, Brighton Way, Brighton Hill, Basingstoke RG22 4HS.

Brighton Hill Community School was judged as ‘Requires Improvement’ by OFSTED during its inspection in April 2015 but has improved rapidly during the last two years.

Brighton Hill is an ex Training School and has extensive experience of delivering lead presentations to ITT trainees.  This is an average-sized secondary school that gained specialist sports college status in 2002.  Most students are of White British heritage, although a wide range of minority ethnic groups is represented.  The proportion of students known to be eligible for free school meals is well below average.  The proportion of students supported at school action plus or who have a statement of special educational needs is average.

 

SCITTCo: Sophie Hallum-Barnard

shallum-barnard@brightonhill.hants.sch.uk

www.brightonhill.hants.sch.uk

Telephone: 01962 850606 

 

The Costello School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

1081 students, Headteacher; Leigh Adams, Crossborough Hill, Basingstoke, RG21 4AL.

The Costello School was judged as ‘Good’ by OFSTED during its inspection in May 2014.  This is an average-sized secondary school with similar numbers of boys and girls.  It has specialist status in Technology.

The proportion of students from minority ethnic backgrounds is slightly above average, as is the percentage of students who speak English as an additional language.  The proportion of disabled students and those who have special educational needs being supported through school action plus, or with a statement of special educational needs, is well below average.  The proportion of students known to be eligible for free school meals is below average.  The school has adopted an innovative use of IT to enhanced teaching.

 

SCITTCo: Lyn Carnegie

l.carnegie@costello.hants.sch.uk

www.costello.hants.sch.uk  

Telephone:  01256 321263

 

Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

688 students, Acting Headteacher; Jane Aplin, Wessex Close, Basingstoke, RG21 3NP.

Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College was judged as ‘Inadequate’ by OFSTED during its inspection in December 2015.  The Headteacher is a member of the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT Executive Board.  The school has a ten day provision and has a business and enterprise specialism.  The school is smaller than the average secondary school and most pupils are of White British heritage with a small proportion from a range of other ethnic backgrounds.  A small but growing number of pupils speak English as an additional language.  The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs is close to the national average; these pupils’ needs are related mainly to behavioural, social and emotional and moderate learning difficulties.  The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is close to the national average but rising.  The school has had specialist status in business and enterprise since 2004.  The school works in partnership with other local providers to offer vocational courses off site to some 14–16-year-old students.

 

SCITTCo:  Adele Hinksman and Kate Lakeland

a.hinksman@cranbourne.hants.sch.uk

l.lakeland@cranbourne.hants.sch.uk 

www.cranbourne.hants.sch.uk

Telephone:  01256 868600

 

Dove House School Academy – Lead School

194 students, Headteacher; Tom Pegler, Sutton Road, Basingstoke, RG21 5SU.

Dove House School Academy was judged as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED during its inspection in May 2015.  The school has an SEN specialism.  Is a cohort 1 designated Teaching School holding a maths and computing specialism.  It is the lead institution for the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT and has extensive experience in a range of ITT programmes including, GT, PGCE, BA(Ed).  Over the past few years the school has been actively involved in the School Experience Programme.  Dove House is a special school and has a group of specialist teachers who regularly provide training for both ITT and serving teachers. 

 

Programme Manager:  Nicky Hepworth

n.hepworth@dovehouse.hants.sch.uk

www.basingstokealliancescitt.com

Tel: 01256 275002

 

 Everest Community Academy

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

521 students, Principal; Nick Price, Oxford Way, Basingstoke, RG24 9UP.

Everest Community Academy was judged as ‘Requires Improvement’ by OFSTED during its inspections in 2013 and 2015.  A section 5 inspection was carried out in March 2016 and made the following judgement ‘Senior Leaders and Governors are taking effective action to tackle the areas requiring improvement identified at the recent section 5 inspection in order to become a Good school.’  The Academy has unique access to resources and support from the Academies Enterprise Trust.  Everest Community Academy is smaller than other secondary schools but growing in size.  It has held specialist status in Mathematics and Computing since September 2009.  The very large majority of students are from White British backgrounds but most minority ethnic groups are represented.  A small number speak English as an additional language but very few are in the early stages of learning.  The proportion of students known to be eligible for free school meals is above average.  Over a third of students have identified special educational needs and/or disabilities; this is above the national average although a ‘below-average proportion’ has a statement of identified special educational needs.  The Academy has achieved Arts Mark, Investors in People Gold standard and most recently Healthy Schools status.  It is part of the Academies Enterprise Trust.

 

SCITTCo:  Lauren Baverstock

lbaverstock@everestcommunityacademy.org

www.everest.hants.sch.uk

Telephone:  01256 465547         

 

Kings’ School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

1638 students, Headteacher; Mathew Leeming, Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 5PN

Kings’ is an oversubscribed, happy and successful 11-16 Community School with 1638 pupils, serving the city of Winchester and the surrounding area.  Kings’ School has been judged as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED on 4 consecutive occasions the most recent of which in May 2014.  We take great pride in the very high standards achieved by our pupils – they leave us as happy, well-qualified, confident and well-motivated young citizens and we are delighted that so many go on to excel in local sixth-forms and at colleges and universities.

 

SCITTCo:  Rob Jeckells

r.jeckells@kings-winchester.hants.sch.uk

www.kings-winchester.hants.sch.uk

Telephone:  01962 861161

 

         

 

Testbourne Community School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2015

790 students, Headteacher; Ruth Beasley, Micheldever Road, Whitchurch, Hampshire RG28 7JF

Testbourne’s OFSTED inspection of November 2010 rated the school as ‘Outstanding’.  Staff enjoy working in this supportive and forward-looking environment, playing their part well in bringing about positive change.

 

SCITTCo:  Gerry Grey

g.gray@testbourne.hants.sch.uk

www.testbourne.hants.sch.uk

Telephone: 01256 892 061

 

 

The Vyne Community School

Association with the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT since September 2014

458 students, Headteacher; Mark Kingswood – Vyne Road, Basingstoke, RG21 5PB.

The Vyne's OFSTED inspection of January 2014 rated the school as ‘Rapidly Improving’.  The inspection team were complimentary about our calm and purposeful atmosphere, the good relationships between the teachers and the students and the strength of teaching and leadership at all levels in the school.  These findings have been echoed by those parents and prospective students who come to visit us during our many Open Mornings.  The improvements at The Vyne speak for themselves.  We are committed to continuing on our journey of quality and success, striving for the best for all learners and our community.  If you choose to send your child to The Vyne, then we promise to cherish them as a member of our family, to offer them the best pastoral care and the highest quality of teaching.

 

SCITTCo:  Emmanuelle Soisnard

e.soisnard@vyne.hants.sch.uk

www.vyne.hants.sch.uk

Telephone:  01256 473003