OneSchool Global UK Swansea Campus
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Primary & Secondary
4 - 16
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From £1,132
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Sway Road
01792 581221

School Description

Focus School, Swansea (previously known as Keystone Education Trust) opened in 2003 as an independent day school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18 years. A primary department for pupils aged from seven to eleven years opened on a separate site in 2010. In September 2014, the school moved from its former site in Fforestfach to a new site in Morriston. The school, which is wholly funded by charitable giving, provides education for the children of Brethren families who live across a wide area from Cardiff and Swansea. There are 10 pupils in the primary department and 36 pupils in the secondary department, of whom 12 pupils are in the sixth form. Pupils are not selected on the basis of academic ability. Twelve pupils receive additional learning support. In most cases, this support is for dyslexia or for speech, language and communication difficulties. There are no pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds. No pupils speak Welsh as a first language and all lessons are conducted in English. Focus School, Swansea, is one of more than 30 schools in the United Kingdom affiliated to the Focus Learning Trust that have been established by parents during the last 25 years. The Focus Learning Trust is a registered charity that provides expertise and support for its schools. The school states its aim is to ‘ensure every young person develops the skills and qualities they need to enter the world able and qualified to play their full part in it’. It sets out to encourage pupils to ‘develop their full potential and acquire the discipline of learning how to learn while upholding fundamental Christian teachings and beliefs, especially those of purity, integrity and godliness’. The last inspection of the school was in October 2011. Since then, there have been changes to the school’s leadership arrangements that have distributed leadership responsibilities more widely. The leadership team now includes the headteacher who is supported by a deputy headteacher and four staff who have responsibilities for specific aspects of the school’s work.

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