On Thursday, students took part in the BBC’s annual School Report project which is aimed at motivating 11-16 year olds to make a broadcast their own news. This year, students covered a number of topics including Mental Health and suggestions for the 5th face to appear on Mount Rushmore. You can read the articles and […]
The latest edition of the #DITTO eSafety newsletter is now available. This edition covers Youtube and the privacy aspect of online life. Click here to view the latest edition.
On Tuesday 28th February, e-safety consultant, Alan McKenzie led an e-safety presentation based on the risks associated with what technology youngsters are using. It covered two main themes: children exposed to risk, and children exposing themselves to risk, along with the latest research, advice and guidance. A copy of the presentation containing some useful sites […]
On 7th December 2016 the annual Rotary Young Chef competition took place for the tenth year at Ormiston Rivers Academy. Year 11 students: Max Willsher, Emily Symons, Faye Pringle, Riley Pond, Lewis Leer, Rosie Braisted and Ella Wicks cooked with spectacular professionalism, demonstrating complex skills to create their culinary delights. The competition is organised by […]
In league tables published by the Department for Education, Ormiston Rivers Academy is in the top 5% nationally for pupil progress. Progress 8 captures the progress a pupil makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school across 8 qualifications. The Academy was also ranked in the top 10 schools in […]