Public authorities

Found 470 public authorities in the category ‘Academies’

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This body was previously called Ashdown Technology College. The school converted to academy status on 1 September 2013 and was renamed Magna Academy.
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Also called Mossbourne Community Academy.
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The National Church of England Academy is a secondary academy, for ages 11 to 19, located in Hucknall, Nottingham.
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North Birmingham Academy is run by E-ACT, to whom requests should be made.
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Previously known as the North East Wolverhampton Academy. On the site of the former Pendeford High School.
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Formerly known as Bishopsgarth School (Stockton-on-Tees), this community school is now an academy sponsored by Outwood Grange Academies Trust
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Parkwood Academy is run by E-ACT, to whom requests should be made.
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Previously known as Passmores School and Technology College, until its conversion to academy status in September 2011.
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An academy school in Sunderland
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Rooks Heath College for Business and Enterprise, Harrow, London
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Rye Hills Academy is an academy located in Redcar, sponsored by the Nunthorpe Multi Academy Trust.
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