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Inspire Enterprise Academy

Inspire Enterprise Academy
Established 2013
Type Studio school
Principal Christian Down
Location Chapel Road
Southampton
Hampshire
SO14 5GL
UK
Gender Co-educational
Ages 14–19
Website .uk.coinspiresouthampton

Inspire Enterprise Academy (Formerly Southampton Studio School) is a Studio school located in Southampton, designed for students aged 14–19 who intend to pursue a career in business and enterprise. It was founded in 2013 as part of the Studio Schools Trust. The school combines project-based learning and business experiences, with academic achievement, aimed at equipping students with a diverse range of skills. In September 2014 Inspire Enterprise Academy's sister, the Isle of Wight Studio School opened in the island.

On 6 July 2015 the school announced its closure to take place at the end of the academic year. Most pupils will continue their education at the sister school in the Isle of Wight.


Core Subjects

  • GCSE English Literature
  • GCSE English Language
  • GCSE Mathematics
  • GCSE Statistics
  • GCSE Science (Triple Award)

Specialised

  • GCSE Business/Enterprise
  • GCSE Humanities (Geography or History)
  • GCSE Psychology
  • BTEC Sport

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