Open Morning 5th July 2018
Our next Open Morning will be held on Thursday 5th July 2018 at 9.15am. Please contact the school office on 0208-647-8349 to book a place.
Thank you for taking the time to visit the Carew Academy website. Carew is a truly amazing school with a unique family ethos; we have 200 students and therefore we know every student by name.
Our most recent Ofsted report describes the Outstanding Behaviour at Carew Academy and that is testament to the caring atmosphere our staff create, alongside a curriculum that caters to the interests of each student.
We have an ‘ABC of Success’: Attend school every day; Behave appropriately towards each other and Challenge ourselves in everything we do! Close partnership exists between staff, students and parents to ensure all our students make the maximum possible progress from their individual starting points – this means that together there is no limit to what our students can achieve.
Our school is divided into three, the Lower School (Years 3 to 7), the Middle School (Years 8 and 9) and the Upper School (Years 10 – 13) and we offer a curriculum that includes the ‘traditional’ subjects such as Maths, English and Science alongside a broad range of options including Animal Care, Art, Dance, Drama, Horticulture, Music, Photography, Physical Education, The Duke of Edinburgh Award and many more through our Lower School enrichment programme that inspire and engage our students to allow them to show their talents – this ensures that we live by our school motto ‘Let’s Show What We Can Do’.
Visits to the school are welcomed, so please contact the office to book on an Open Morning for prospective parents.
Rob Watkins - Principal
Together we will build a fun, safe and caring school that promotes the joy of learning, high personal achievement, respect for individual differences, dignity for all and equal opportunities by eliminating discrimination.
The school is making such a difference to the lives of our young people. I am immensely proud of all that you are achieving.
Cllr Ruth Dombey, Leader of Sutton Council
Excited pupils and staff arrived at a sunny Twickenham ready for a fun rugby festival event. The Harlequins Foundation opened The Stoop to over 150 young people with learning difficulties as part of Project Rugby, a Premiership rugby and England …
The school took part in 3 walks, a short walk around the field, a medium walk around the park and a long range 13 km trek around the wilds of Wallington and beyond. A significant amount of money was raised …
On Monday 14th May students from Carew Academy were given VIP access to the Grand Re-Opening of the Children’s Playground in Beddington Park which has undergone a huge make over as part of a Heritage Lotter Fund Project in Beddington …