Support for 2021 exam results, including what to do once you have your GCSE, AS and/or A-level results, and information about grading and the appeals process.Read More
We passionately believe that as a small school, Ormiston Park Academy provides a safe and nurturing family environment.Read More
The availability of good careers education information advice and guidance is critical to successful progression pathways.Read More
We aim to create a safeguarding culture that promotes the welfare of all students. We are vigilant to the early signs of any abuse and respond swiftly and appropriately. Our academy is a safe and welcoming environment where all students thrive.Read More
22 Aug 21
Ormiston Park Academy in Aveley scooped three top prizes at the annual Ormiston Academies Trust Awards. Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) is one of the largest not-for-profit multi-academy trusts in England. Multi-academy trusts are charities that run schools to give local children a great education. OAT educate over 30,000 pupils across six English regions, in 32 secondary schools, seven primary schools and one special school. The awards are highly contested each year with hundreds of nominations being received by OAT. We are extremely proud of our amazing staff and student winners to have beaten so many to be awarded the best of the best.Read More
Pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities are supported very well in the school’s ASCEND centre. They make good progress.
Leaders, including governors and the Ormiston Academies Trust, have created a culture of high expectations and rapid, sustainable improvement.
I've made friends so easily at OPA.
Remote learning has been a real struggle for me and my teacher has been fantastic, helping me every step of the way. She's so friendly and down to earth - a real credit to the school!
Leaders have strong systems for supporting the personal development and well-being of pupils, particularly those who are vulnerable.
When you first start OPA, it may seem a little scary and a bit nerve wracking, but you will settle in very quickly.
Pupils, many of whom enter the school with attainment well below their peers nationally, make good progress from their individual starting points.
I think all teachers are doing an amazing job with online teaching, it's not been easy for any of us!
All teachers and staff at OPA have been amazing during remote learning.