Across the Trust we are very proud of the progress of our pupils. Through a difficult couple of years for pupils in schools nationally due to the disruption caused by the pandemic, our
pupils have persevered and on Thursday 25th August received their GCSE results for the exams they sat earlier this summer.

Huge congratulations to the team of pupils from The Shoreline Academy who took part in this year’s Ten Tors challenge.


With every single member of staff at Wave Trust committed to providing the highest quality education for all our pupils, we are very proud to be taking part in this year’s National Thank a Teacher Day event on Thursday, 26 May.

3 November 2021

An exciting new partnership between Nine Maidens, the CHAOS Group and the Duchy Health Charity will see a new positive wellbeing room created at Wave’s Alternative Provision Academy in Redruth, providing pupils with a space in which they can receive one to one support and feel grounded, calm and safe.

‘Peculiar Pets’ poems by Wave pupils published in new national poetry book

Poems written by four primary aged pupils from Wave’s Penwith Academy have been published in a new book after impressing judges in the national Young Writers ‘Peculiar Pets’ poetry competition. 

Enthusiastic young readers from Glendinning Academy will soon have hundreds more books to choose from in the academy’s library - thanks to a £6,000 grant from the Foyle Foundation.

Take talented young writers from nine Wave academies across Cornwall and Devon.  Give each academy a picture to spark their imagination and ask them to write a section of a story and then pass it on to the next academy.  The result – three incredible ‘Chain Stories’ which are funny, exciting, chilling and, above all, BRILLIANT to read. 

Pupils and staff at Glendinning Academy, Wave’s special free school for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Devon, are incredibly happy to have moved into their brand new building in Newton Abbot. They are now busy making plans to invite members of the local community to join them for an exciting celebration event and see their new building and facilities during the summer term if Covid restrictions allow.

Two of the country’s leading street artists have been communicating with staff and pupils from Nine Maidens Academy in Cornwall after hearing their work had inspired the pupils’ GCSE coursework.