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At Wave, we are committed to progressing the social, emotional and academic outcomes for all of our students to enable them to achieve their true potential.

In line with our company vision to 'significantly change student lives for the better', the Wave Trust has introduced an "Awe and Wonder" scheme for our students. This is a fund that is dedicated to provide our students with access to activities and events that they may not normally have the opportunity to experience.

2nd October 2020

Just a few days into the new school term, parents of pupils at Glendinning Academy are praising the positive impact of the school on their children - and everyone is loving Rory, the school’s trainee therapy dog.

17 September 2020

Today was a very special day for staff at Glendinning Academy, Wave’s new special free school for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), as they welcomed their first 54 new pupils.

Long term partnership secures the future for vulnerable children in Cornwall.

9 September 2020

A new long-term partnership between Together for Families, part of Cornwall Council, and the Wave Trust has been established to support Cornwall’s children and schools.

Wave welcomes staff and pupils back for start of new school year

7 September 2020

Wave Trust has welcomed staff and pupils back to its academies across Cornwall and Devon and is looking forward to providing all pupils with safe high quality education and fantastic support during the next few months.

Wave Trust, which provides high quality education for pupils in Devon and Cornwall, has been chosen by the Department for Education to open a new special free school in Somerset.

Part of the Government’s free schools programme, the new school will provide 120 new school places for children and young people between the ages of 5 and 16 who would benefit from a special school environment because of barriers to learning. These will include both speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) and social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH).

22nd May 2020

Attached is a guide for leaders in alternative provision (AP) which has been written by a number of us who lead trusts, provisions and networks across the country. We hoped it might be useful to share it with our networks at this challenging time. Please feel free to share with any colleagues if you think they might find it helpful.

18th May 2020

Last week the Government announced that the next phase of school reopening will begin from June 1st 2020 provided that it’s key tests are met. This marks a first tentative staging point on the road to recovery. Fully opening schools is seen as essential for the sake of our children’s education and our nation’s future.

7th May 2020

As parents, pupils and teachers across the country wait to hear when and how schools will officially re-open following the relaxation of lockdown restrictions, Wave is continuing to do what it does best – providing the highest quality education for its pupils and equipping them with the skills they need for both education and life.

24th April 2020

Staff at Wave Trust’s academies in Cornwall and Devon are rightly proud of the artistic achievements of their pupils. Last year talented young artist Tegan Rowe won first prize for her age group in the prestigious Young Art Cornwall competition, with artwork produced by pupils from the Shoreline Academy in Barnstaple winning first prize in the Young Art Devon competition in February. Now two Wave academies in Cornwall are taking part in an exciting new programme being led by the Crafts Council.