Children In Need Day - Friday 15 November
It is our Children In Need fundraising day on Friday this week. As part of the events, students are invited to bring in at least 50p, in return for wearing a Spotty item, eg socks, tie, hair bobble etc. A letter explaining this went home via students earlier in the week and can be viewed by following this link: www.normanby.outwood.com/letters-to-parents
Outwood Academy Normanby officially opened on the 1 September 2019, replacing the predecessor Hillsview Academy. This new website was set up last term to provide key information to parents during June and July 2019, to help with the changeover. Over the coming weeks the website will have additional pages and information added.
Our innovative vertical curriculum centres on three-year GCSEs, allowing students to take control of their own learning. The most capable and ambitious can benefit from fast-track opportunities and workshops to accelerate their progress, whilst others enjoy the time they need to succeed via an extended study timescale. Valuing vocational, practical, creative and academic ability equally, we ensure that no child is ever left behind.
Why not come and visit, and see our fantastic students and staff at work? You are welcome any time.
Principal: Andrew Wappat NLE
Executive Principal: Mark Hassack NLE
SENCO: Kris Marley
Careers Leader: Mark Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org 01642 454577
Important date for diaries: Our first Parents’ Evening is on Wednesday 6 November 6.00pm – 8.00pm (for Year 7-10) and 5.30pm – 8.00pm (for Y11, due to a Y11 Hegarty Maths event at 5.00pm). Praising Stars 1 reports for all students are being posted ho
Outwood Grange Academies Trust Board, and the Academy Council at Outwood Academy Normanby, are seeking your views on a proposal to close the Sixth Form at Outwood Academy Normanby. The proposal is that the Sixth Form is closed on the 31 August 2020.
We were delighted to invite Year 6 parents and students to visit the school on Wednesday 11 September. The Open Evening ran from 6.00pm - 8.00pm, beginning with a song by Lucy Smurthwaite Y11, and presentations by Owen Dales Y8 and Charlotte Crane Y1
As a busy term draws to an end, I wanted to write to you all following my start at Hillsview Academy for two reasons. Firstly to thank you for your obvious support with regard to the changes we are already implementing to accelerate improvements at t
We had a fantastic day at Middlesbrough Sports Village on Thursday, for our annual Sports Day. A different theme this year, to reflect our move recently to Vertical Mentor Groups (VMGs). Students competed as Countries themed around our four Continent
We are delighted to welcome Year 6 to the academy starting on Monday 15 July at 8.25am prompt. Students will start in the Main Hall where they will meet the Principal, Mr Wappat and other key members of staff who will be supporting during the week, a
Our Y11 students in Wave 1 of the NCS National Citizen Service teams from Redcar & Cleveland are working hard at the start of their summer, after a Residential at Lake Coniston in the Lake District, during the second week of July. They are now back o
On Friday Ms McDonnell, Assistant Principal and Mr Wappat held assemblies for all year groups to explain our move to new Vertical Mentor Groups, ahead of students finding out about their new country and mentor during the afternoon tutor period. On Mo
We are pleased to share the new Trutex uniform ordering website for Outwood Academy Normanby, which is now live. Parents can register an account by visiting www.trutex.com and using our academy code of LEA00927SC and then can place an order for addit
We are delighted to be able to launch a limited advance version of our Outwood Academy Normanby website from today. This has been set up early by parental request, to provide an easy source of information and news about the school as we change from H
‘Word of the Week’ will form part of the Academy’s ongoing strategy to improve students’ literacy. Students are being taught the importance of language and the need for a good vocabulary, both for their school work and as an essential life skill. There will be an Academy WOW each week, displayed around school and on the website, and its use will be reinforced by VMG tutors and in school assemblies. The word is designed to make students confident in their use of a range of complex words and their meanings, in a drive to improve student articulacy to even higher levels.
“As vocabulary is reduced, so are the number of feelings you can express, the number of events you can describe, the number of the things you can identify. Man grows by language.” – Sheri S. Tepper