Skegness Academy

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Skegness Academy
Type Academy
Principal Mr Ben Pearce
Location Burgh Road
PE25 2QH
Coordinates: 53°09′05″N 0°19′49″E / 53.1514°N 0.3302°E / 53.1514; 0.3302
DfE number 925/6911
DfE URN 136217 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Colours purple/black

Skegness Academy is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status, in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England.

The school was known as The Skegness Earl of Scarbrough High School until 2004 when it was renamed St Clements College. The school converted to academy status in 2010, being one of the first academy schools in England, and was renamed Skegness Academy. The Skegness Academy is part of the Greenwood Dale Foundation Trust. As of 1st February, Wayne Norrie (CEO of Greenwood Academies Trust) wrote to all parents informing them Skegness Academy was to be dropped from their portfolio of academies. The new sponsor was not announced.


During Key Stage 3, pupils are taught Mathematics, English, Science, Spanish, French, History, Geography, P.E and R.E.

In years 10 and 11, pupils choose four subjects to go with the core subjects Maths, English, Science, in either BTEC or GCSE format, and PE.

At Sixth Form, pupils can take A-Levels, Level 3 BTECs and can also retake GCSE Maths and English if they do not achieve a C grade or above at Year 11. The Sixth Form has a 100% pass rate across all Level 3 courses.[1]


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