Part-time Programme Assistant wanted

Part-time Programme Assistant Area of specialisation: Environment, Mental Health, Inclusion, Grants, Youth Council and/or Communication About OT Ormiston Trust is a national charity that aims to improve the life-chances of children and young people so they can fulfill their potential and lead happy and productive adult lives. Through Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT), we sponsor 45 […]

Ormiston Denes receives generous laptop donations

Ormiston Denes Academy received seven laptops for their students thanks to the generosity of friends, family and the lawyers of Tatham & Co. These laptops have been distributed to students in need. With challenges faced by many schools and students during the latest national lockdown, Paralegal Maddy Askins rallied support from friends, family and colleagues at the London-based business. Linked through […]

Ormiston Rivers Academy delivers supplies to pupils

Staff at Ormiston Rivers Academy are set to deliver free resources in their ongoing commitment to keeping students kitted out for remote learning. They will operate a mobile resource drop-off where staff will visit every village on the Dengie Peninsula to provide free stationery and resources to those who need it. The school deployed its school […]

Plans for school hubs to vaccinate teachers

School leaders have said dedicated coronavirus vaccine hubs could see all teachers and childcare workers vaccinated by mid-February. The Ormiston Academies Trust’s CEO Nick Hudson has co-signed a letter alongside leaders of independent schools’ group Cognita, Academies Enterprise Trust and the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference to the government recommending local hubs should be set up […]

City of Norwich school wins double ‘exceptional’ education award

City of Norwich School was rewarded for its curriculum design and professional learning with two awards from the national education organisation SSAT’s Framework for Exceptional Education. When assessing the school, the moderator found the school, which is sponsored by Ormiston Academies Trust, was “making a difference to the lives of the children in their own […]

Ormiston Families awarded £15k by Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner

Four organisations are set to benefit from a share of £57,000 to help reduce crime, improve the lives of young people and assist the emergency services in Suffolk. Grants worth up to £20,000 have been awarded by Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC). Announcing the four successful recipients of the latest wave of his PCC […]

New Greenhouse Classroom set to launch soon!

Ormiston Horizon Academy is almost set to launch it’s new Greenhouse Classroom. Down to the hard work of Miss Jukes, Miss Foster and a busy team involved in the #iwill social action project, their vision and commitment has clearly paid off. Having a classroom set within a greenhouse engages the student by bringing academic learning and […]

Academy celebrates the unveiling of its new £17K library

Staff and students at Ormiston Park Academy in Aveley celebrated the opening of their new library. The event was attended by the CEO of the Ormiston Academies Trust, Nick Hudson, the new Principal of Ormiston Park Academy, Mark Roessler and the school’s student librarians. The new library, funded by £17,000 from the government and Ormiston […]

Ormiston Trust launch brand new logo!

  Over the last four years we at Ormiston Trust have concentrated on growing our online presence, tripling our Twitter followers, and becoming more digitally engaged. This has been with the aim of reinforcing the key messages of the Trust’s supported organisations – Ormiston Academies Trust, Gateway Learning Community, Birmingham Ormiston Academy and Ormiston Families. […]

Ormiston Academies Trust marks ten years with launch of National Summer Arts Competition

Pupils across Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) – which includes Cowes Enterprise College – are embracing the opportunity to showcase their creativity and artistic flair, as they help to commemorate the Trust’s tenth year with the launch of its National Summer Arts Competition. Despite the postponement of the Trust’s original plans to celebrate ten years of delivering high-quality educational opportunities […]