EULER Academy

Euler Academy will be a safe, structured and emotionally supportive environment for learning.

It will provide a bespoke curriculum to meet social, emotional and mental health needs in order to build resilience and confidence in pupils.

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Euler Academy will be a hybrid special school for 56 primary age children who have special needs. It will be part of Venn

Academy Trust and based on Dunvegan Road in east Hull. Venn are excited to be opening the new academy in 2021 and look forward to welcoming the local community to share our fantastic resource and showcase the work of Euler.

Venn is a pioneering Academy Trust, committed to building educational environments where all pupils are inspired to become lifelong learners who achieve the very highest standards possible.

Collaborating with all partners, the Trust works with its unique settings to create world class learning experiences for all.

The school which received approval to move forward in May 2017 will primarily meet the needs of Hull pupils but will also serve East Riding, North East Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire.

The proposed site for the permanent build of the school is Salthouse Road (the former Whitehouse Pupil Referral site). There will be a purpose-built new building over two stories. The site is proposed to open in 2021.

There will also be temporary provision to hold up to 28 pupils at the Griffin Primary School site, Barham Road, HU9 4JL. This will be temporary buildings for up to 12 months sharing the Griffin site.

Our vision

  • 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

Our values

  • 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.

For further information contact Helen Turner:

01482 505030

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