Part of Venn Academy Trust and opening in autumn 2021, Euler Academy will be a hybrid special school and alternative provision academy. Its purpose-built premises will offer up to 56 places for pupils aged 5 – 11, with social, emotional, mental health needs.
Euler Academy will support pupils who are unable to self-regulate their behaviour in school through short-term placements that will unpick their negative behaviours and help to support them in their mainstream school.
Under section 10 of the Academies Act 2010 the Trust is required to consult with stakeholders on our proposals for the new school and as a result this website outlines further detail on where and how you can find out more about our proposed new free school.
This is your opportunity to have your say on our proposals.
Euler Academy will primarily meet the needs of Hull pupils but may also serve East Riding, North East Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire.
The academy’s new two-story building will be built on Saltshouse Road on the site previously used as a pupil referral unit.
Venn Academy Trust was formed in September 2015 as a result of a strong partnership between four successful school settings. The Trust now consists of 10 schools and settings, Bridgeview Special School, Griffin Primary, Mountbatten Primary, The Sullivan Centre, Venn Boulevard Centre, Thorpepark Academy, Whitehouse PRU, The Boulevard Nursery, Brooke Primary Academy and Marshland Primary Academy. All schools and settings have a successful track record of offering educational pathways for children whatever their abilities or interests.
Venn and its schools are active partners in the Tidal Teaching School Alliance, which offers training and support to teachers and support staff to become highly effective.
Core to the vision is the relentless focus on fostering pupil resilience and outstanding learning behaviour in mainstream schools and specialist settings.
Through this model pupils make exceptional progress from their differing starting points.
Promote high aspirations and success for all
Place sustained school improvement as a core educational standard
Provide a stimulating and creative learning experience for all pupils
Manage all settings to the highest standard
Develop and promote effective leadership
Establish all settings at the heart of their communities
Enable dynamic professional learning and development for all
Meeting the needs of the pupils through the provision of excellent staff including teaching and non-teaching, learning and curricular;
The importance and purpose of monitoring, evaluation and assessment;
Working relationships with strategic local partners to promote the ethos of our academies within the local community, supporting positive local partnerships with parents, other schools, providers, business and local, regional and national stakeholders.