Student Support

Supporting Achievement

At Bath Academy we recognise that all students wish to succeed and be included with their peers but the challenges they face as individuals are very different. Our aim is to ensure students have the confidence, self-discipline and skills to manage their specific learning requirements, not just during their studies at Bath Academy, but to take with them into their adult life. We support their achievements, no matter how small, for each one is a step closer to success.


Bath Academy prides itself on its flexibility. Missed years of education, whether from ill health or simply moving from one education system to another, can be easily resolved by the adaptability of Bath Academy courses. A bespoke programme is created to suit each student’s individual needs and goals, taking into account how the dynamics and diversity of fellow classmates can enhance their experience here, fostering a sense of inclusion and community.

Individual Guidance

Unexpected poor performance can be devastating. Bath Academy offers experienced guidance in finding the underlying reasons as well as effective solutions. Recommended learning techniques are not always easy for students to apply or achieve consistently. Personal tutors work with the students and liaise with teachers and specialist advisors to encourage them to apply what has been advised. We have a wealth of experience with students with difficulties such as dyslexia, ADD and ASD, providing a comfortable and viable option for these students to fulfil their potential.

“By identifying and learning to manage a previously unrecognised disability, Luke turned a very disappointing result to the highest grades and a place at a top university.”
Tim Naylor, Principal


“When Emma started with us she had spent the last two years in and out of hospital, but over three years despite continuing physical limitations she gained three A levels and is now an undergraduate.”
Christina Campbell, Tutor


“I would like to say a special thank you to everyone for being so welcoming to our son, you have all made a huge difference in his attitude, studies and mental health.”
Parent of A-Level Student