Studio Schools

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National Project

The Studio Schools Trust has launched a National Project for all Studio School students to enter. Click on the image below to visit the project website.


Government announces 15 new Studio Schools

The Government has today given the go ahead for 15 new Studio Schools to open in 2013 and 2014. By September 2013 it is expected that 30 Studio Schools will be open across England.

Education Secretary Michael Gove announced the plans this morning, saying:

CREATE Framework

The CREATE framework is grounded in a wide range of skills typologies and has been developed specifically for Studio Schools in order to equip young people with the key employability skills that they need to flourish in life.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Studio School?

A Studio School is a new state school model for 14 to 19 year olds, of all abilities. Studio Schools seek to address the growing gap between what young people require to succeed in life and the skills and knowledge that the current education system provides. Studio Schools pioneer a bold new approach to learning involving Enterprise Projects and real work. This roots students' learning in the real world and will help them to develop the skills they need to succeed. 

Interactive iPad Brochure: Introduction to the Model

The 'Introduction to the Model' brochure is now available on the iTunes bookstore as an interactive book for the iPad.

Queen Elizabeth Studio School

Queen Elizabeth Studio School, will be a newly built, state-of-the-art school and will offer high-quality professional, technical and vocational courses to young people in the 14-19 age range.
The schools will offer courses in media and the arts, engineering, hospitality and catering and PE and Sport.

Logic Studio School

Logic Studio School is an outstanding 14-19 school, meeting the demand of local families for a unique educational and business partnership specialising in Computing Technologies and International Logistics.

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