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Welcome to Phoenix Park Academy.

Phoenix Park is proud to be different. We are an Alternative Education Academy, serving students from all of the mainstream schools in North East Lincolnshire.

All of our students are referred from a mainstream school setting for one reason or another. They have come to us for an agreed period of support before going back to their mainstream school or moving on to a more suitable school placement. We make a difference during their time with us; by working on the skills they will need to be successful in their next placement.

Where Are We?

Phoenix Park Academy is a split site school. Our Key Stage 2 and 3 learners are based on Harold Street in Grimsby at the Phoenix House site. Our Key Stage 4 students are based at the Park House site which is adjacent to Park Avenue in Grimsby. At Park House the atmosphere is deliberately more like a college, encouraging our students to plan and prepare for post 16 education.

Currently we can cater for 42 students at Phoenix House and 48 students at Park House. There are photos in our galleries of the facilities on each site, so please take a moment to enjoy them. They are proof of our children’s endless capacity to improve and to overcome their problems, when given the right help.


We encourage all parents considering a placement for their child to visit us. It is important to see the quality of the facilities we offer, but also to meet the team and to understand the way that we work. To arrange a visit please contact the school office on either of the numbers below:

Phoenix House: 01472 351412

Park House: 01472 323597

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Some of our learners went out with metal detectors yesterday and loved walking down the seafront to find what treasure they could find 💰🎁 all pupils fully enjoyed their last day of term! #relationships #WeMakeADifference https://t.co/plOawnilb7
RT @MrWilliamson11: Was an excellent last day of term yesterday. Amazing how adding a couple of goals to our playground has engaged our lea…
Great to show young people, and easy to understand. County Lines, CCE explained #nothinginlifeisFREE https://t.co/ISbtDyZP38
RT @MrAndyIreland: County lines report calls on Ofsted to prioritise inclusion https://t.co/DtGZz8iPap
Our ks4 park house students end of term reward today was a thriving success. A superb venue and the learners enjoyed every second with the staff! A fantastic relationship builder and end to the term 🕺🏻 well done to all! #WeMakeADifference https://t.co/DEJVcSDjE0
RT @MrWilliamson11: Great arrival back to @PhoenixPark_ also to hear the end of term reward trip had gone well! Fantastic venue and learner…
RT @PWL_LisaForge: Big thank you to everyone who came to the #SENHchampions meeting today, big thanks to @missfosterPPA and Sue for their f…
RT @DanielleSparke4: Yellow class have been making paper plate fish and sea creatures 🐟🐠🌊 to fit in with our ‘Under the Sea’ theme. The boy…
Pupils engaged in a competitive game of basketball, many of these staying to have the opportunity to play after their exam. Excellent game and fantastic engagement in basketball ... well done all players 🏀 🏆 #WeMakeADifference https://t.co/o9fiXTbBgm
RT @SportSevenhills: Today was our first KS4 football fixture between @Sevenhills___ @PhoenixPark_ 🥅⚽️ despite the scoreline being one sid…