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The Northumberland Church of England Academy

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Established  2009 (mergers)
Religion  Church of England
DfE URN  135886 Tables
Founded  2009
Executive Director  Andrew Day
Type  Academy
Chair  Carole Snelling
Phone  +44 1670 816111
Ages  2–19
Location  Ashington Northumberland England
Address  Academy Road, Ashington NE63 9FZ, United Kingdom
Hours  Open today · 7:30AM–5PMWednesday7:30AM–5PMThursday7:30AM–5PMFriday7:30AM–5PMSaturdayClosedSundayClosedMonday7:30AM–5PMTuesday7:30AM–5PMSuggest an edit
Local authority  Northumberland County Council
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The Northumberland Church of England Academy is an academy in Northumberland, England. Spread out across several campuses in southeastern Northumberland, it caters to pupils aged 2 to 19.

History

The school was founded in September 2009, replacing Hirst High School and nine primary school sites in the Ashington, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea and Lynemouth area of Northumberland.

The new Josephine Butler Campus was handed over to the Academy by Kier Construction and Northumberland County Council on 1 March 2012, moving secondary, primary and special needs students into one building with the exception of the Thomas Bewick, William Leech, Grace Darling and James Knott campuses, which will stay at their current location.
The Centre [Special Educational Needs unit] will also include the SEN pupils from Abbeyfields First School in Morpeth which is also located in the Josephine Butler Campus.

£48 million was spent on the new academy. Of the sum, £2 million has come from the county council with the DfE and other grants funding the remainder. Funding was also provided by the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle and the Duke of Northumberland (represented by Northumberland Estates), who have invested a combined £2 million in the Academy Trust.

References

The Northumberland Church of England Academy Wikipedia


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