News archive

Magic Breakfast

6 Nov 2019

“This is an organisation that helps the Academy provide a healthy breakfast each day. They donate breakfasts items to us each week and our students enjoy having a choice of cereals and bagels to choose from once they have finished regulation time.

New Primary Campus

17 Jun 2019

We are thrilled to announce that we will have a new primary SEMH phase, Bierton Hill, opening in September 2019.  Located in Aylesbury, it will provide education for 5 – 11 year olds with ASD and SEMH diagnosis. 


Expanding into educating primary phase students will mean that we can intervene earlier; meaning that students adapt to our culture at an earlier age, the transition to our secondary sites will be smoother, they will have access to secondary facilities, and will be educated with our ultimate goal in mind – sustainable employment.


We will update this page shortly, with information on our innovative curriculum and staffing.

Amazon Support Wendover Breakfast

1 Nov 2017

Children at Wendover's Chiltern Way Academy welcomed the team from the local Amazon fulfilment centre in Hemel Hempstead to celebrate a new funding partnership for their Magic Breakfast club.


The First World Special-Needs Judo Champions

5 Oct 2017

The First World Special-Needs Judo Championships.


Mr Rush our IT and PE teacher is proud to be involved in the British Judo Association and has been selected as a, ‘GB coach’ to attend the World Judo event in October in Germany.


Teacher Recruitment Canada

8 Sep 2017

Teacher recruitment is particularly difficult in the UK, as a result we went to Canada. Canada is a particularly good hunting ground given their world class education system.

Burnet News Club

8 Jun 2017

Burnet News Club is run by the Economist Educational foundation, a charitable foundation set up by Sir Alistair Burnet to provide high quality educational resources to inspire disadvantaged children to learn about the news and current affairs.

Chiltern Way Academy NEET results 2016/17

8 Jun 2017

Chiltern Way Academy has achieved 0% NEET for 2016/17. This means that all the post 16 cohort were in paid employment after leaving the Academy.