Centre Academy East Anglia

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Centre Academy East Anglia
The Old Rectory School Brettenham.png
Established 1981
Type Independent special school
Head of School Mrs Kim Salthouse
Location Brettenham
52°09′05″N 0°52′28″E / 52.15132°N 0.87439°E / 52.15132; 0.87439Coordinates: 52°09′05″N 0°52′28″E / 52.15132°N 0.87439°E / 52.15132; 0.87439
Local authority Suffolk
DfE number 935/6058
DfE URN 124890 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 40
Gender Coeducational
Ages 8–19
Website www.centreacademy.net

Centre Academy East Anglia is an independent special school in Brettenham, Suffolk, founded in 1981. The school offers an educational opportunity for children with dyslexia, developmental coordination disorder, AD/HD and related SpLD (specific learning difficulties). It is well known[by whom?] for its specialist, whole school approach and attempts to return pupils to mainstream education. Boarding places are also available.

The school's curriculum is designed for children with specific learning difficulties aged 8–19. Pupils have access to a broad and balanced National Curriculum. Classes are small and set by ability, not year group. English and Maths are taught in groups of no more than 7; other classes in groups of no more than 14.