Sarum Academy is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Academy founded in 2010 delivering high quality, non-selective, personalised education to pupils aged 11-19 years. Sarum Academy pupils make progress well above the national average securing a Good OfSTED judgement in 2017 across all areas.
As a Church of England School our ethos is underpinned by Christian values and principles. Sarum Academy recognises and celebrates diversity, welcoming pupils of all faiths and none.
Our singular aim is to enable young people to become highly skilled, confident, articulate young adults, well placed to succeed in further education and employment, and emerge as active members of the community.
In achieving this we aim to support the intellectual, emotional and personal development of all of our pupils. In practice this means providing them with the literacy, numeracy, practical and problem solving skills necessary in gaining the highest possible academic qualifications, and in providing the very best personal, social, health and citizenship education, alongside the highest quality pastoral support.
A strong partnership with young people and their families is the lifeblood of a warm and happy school, knowing together we can build the foundation of a successful and boundless future for the pupils we serve.
We are a happy school, one where pupils feel nurtured and challenged, one that values all members of the community and our growing success and reputation is built on professionalism and the strong partnership of pupils, staff, parents, governors and schools within the Salisbury learning community.