Portslade Aldridge Community Academy (PACA) is a member of the Aldridge Education family of schools, which locally also includes Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA).
Aldridge Education is a charitable Trust of entrepreneurial community schools and colleges that help young people to reach their potential. We support our schools’ Principals and teachers in rapidly improving the quality of education on offer at early years, primary, secondary and sixth-form levels in order to transform the life-chances of our students.
Our vision is that every student at an Aldridge school will achieve academically beyond initial personal expectations and prior attainment. Their learning and experiences in education will give them a wide perspective on the opportunities open to them and they will develop the practical skills to access every opportunity they want in life.
Contact details for Aldridge Education:
PO Box 6180
Telephone: 0207 297 0340
Aldridge Education Trust is registered in England and Wales as a “Private Limited Company by guarantee without share capital”, company number 05670663. The registered office address is Aldridge Education, Duke's Aldridge Academy, Trulock Road, London, England, N17 0PG.
Aldridge Education was established as a national multi-academy trust by the Aldridge Foundation in 2016, taking over responsibility from the Foundation for its family of non-selective academy schools and colleges. Our shared belief is that by introducing young people to, and helping develop in them, the core attributes of entrepreneurship, we can provide context and relevance to their learning, fostering creativity, passion, determination, risk taking, problem solving and teamwork. These characteristics help our students achieve in their education and acquire further vital skills for adult life.
For more information about Aldridge Education, including the Trust’s statutory information, Annual Report and Accounts, please visit www.aldridgeeducation.org . To contact the Trust please click here.
You can find out more about the work of the Aldridge Foundation, the charity established by Sir Rod Aldridge, on this video.