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Walthamstow Academy

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783 pupils
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Walthamstow Academy, sponsored by the United Learning Trust, opened in September 2006 with the sixth form following a year later. It is smaller than the average secondary school. Its specialisms are in mathematics, science and business and enterprise. It serves an area that includes some deprivation and more than twice the average number of students are entitled to free school meals. Many different languages and ethnic groups are represented in the academy with the largest single group being White British. Attainment on entry is mixed but well below average overall, particularly in literacy. About half of the students speak English as an additional language with a small but significant number arriving at an early stage of learning English. More students than average are identified as having learning difficulties and/or disabilities (LDD).

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Billet Road, Walthamstow, London E17 5DP

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