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Welcome to PACA

PACA is a co-educational school for 11 to 18 year olds based in the heart of the Mile Oak Community in Portslade, Brighton. There has been significant development of the Academy site over recent years with £12.7million being invested in an impressive new state of the art building and fantastic new facilities such as a Dance studio, Mac suite, community library, superb sixth form and a STEM Centre.

PACA6 is still accepting students for A levels, BTECS and Level 2. If your plans have changed for whatever reason, why not come to PACA6 for an informal chat about what we could offer you.

Tel – 01273 416300

Email – L.I’Anson@paca.uk.com

Community School of the Year 

PACA has been awarded Community School of the Year (2016) by The Argus, Youth in Action Awards. We won with a record number of votes, we were delighted to accept this accolade.

“PACA takes the community in its name very seriously. We believe we have as much to gain from being immersed in our community as we have to give” – Kate Scott (Principal)

Getting to know: Ms. Wales

Posted on 01 Feb 2018
Portslade Aldridge Community Academy is committed to creating long lasting relationships between students, parents and school...

Reception closed during half-term

Posted on 01 Feb 2018
Please be advised that there will be no reception facilities at PACA during half-term....

Year 11- 13 Mock Week 5th February

Posted on 26 Jan 2018
*CLICK IMAGE TO LARGE*...

Students to raise 2.5K for Children with Cancer Fund

Posted on 26 Jan 2018
PACA students Leanne, Kaitlin, Daniella and Alice are working together to raise £2,500 in order to shave their teachers beard...

BDMA students get industry insight from Pegasus

Posted on 25 Jan 2018
Pegasus, the digital marketing company that has a consultancy focus on healthcare communications, has teamed up with the Brig...

Congratulations to PACA’s first ever Bronze Duke of Edinburgh cohort!

Posted on 25 Jan 2018
Huge congratulations to PACA’s first ever Bronze Duke of Edinburgh cohort! Thirteen ambitious Year 10s embarked on the journe...

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