The SEAX Trust is a unique multi-academy trust in Essex, established by the Special School sector in April 2015. The Trust is committed to providing learning experiences which will enable success, regardless of gender, disability, ethnic or social group. To provide outstanding educational experiences for children and young people with special educational needs. To put the well-being and achievement of pupils at the heart of all decision making.
Grove House School is the first specialist school for pupils with speech, language and communication difficulties in the eastern region. It is based on a ‘best practice’ model, staffed by a collaborative team of teachers, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.READ MORE
Kingswode Hoe School joined the SEAX Trust on the 1st September 2017. Kingswode Hoe is a community day special school catering for boys and girls between the ages of 5 to 16 years who have moderate learning difficulties.READ MORE
Langham Oaks School is situated in established grounds in the village of Langham, just north of Colchester. It is a Social Emotional & Mental Health Academy for boys between the ages of 10-16, offering residential facilities.READ MORE
LOOP (formerly Langham Oaks Outreach Provision) was established in 2014. Its aim is to provide support for schools, teachers, SENCOs and teaching assistants in all educational settings, to help pupils with SEND to achieve their full potential.READ MORE
Thriftwood School has been open in Galleywood since 1975, with Thriftwood College opening later, in 2013. Both are purpose built provision for pupils with moderate learning difficulties and additional complex needs, situated in Chelmsford.READ MORE