Adverse Weather – School Closure Procedure
Should we have to close due to adverse weather conditions we will endeavour to inform parents and carers at the earliest opportunity via Twitter, the academy website and it will also be announced on Lincs FM and Radio Humberside. Messages via social media unconnected with the academy should be ignored.
Please note that we are no longer selling uniform at the Academy.
All uniform must now be ordered on line from Trutex or can be purchased at the regular Trutex uniform sales taking place in the academy.
Please see letter below which was sent to parents/carers of students at Outwood Academy Foxhills
Friday 14 February 2020 – Academy Closes for half term
Monday 24 February 2020 – Academy re-opens to students
Sunday 16 February 2020 – Battlefields Trip
Wednesday 26 February 2020 – HPV Injections (Year 9 Girls)
Week Commencing 2 March 2020 – National Careers Week
Tuesday 3 March 2020 – WiME Careers Fair at the Baths Hall
Friday 7 March 2020 – Year 9 Road Safety Event
13/14 March 2020 – London Trip (Art and Dance)
9th to 20th March 2020 – Year 11 Mocks
Monday 23 March 2020 – OGAT 10 Year Anniversary Celebration, Octagon Centre, Sheffield (Year 9 and 10 Dance)
Friday 3 April 2020 Academy closes for Easter break
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Click on the link below for a valuable guide to Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing
“On behalf of all the staff here at Outwood Academy Brumby, I would like to congratulate all our students on their successful GCSE results. We are celebrating another year of excellent results which continues to demonstrate the commitment and hard work of our students and teaching staff. These achievements will allow our students to follow the path of their choice in the next phase of their education or training. We are delighted for them and wish them well.
The current headline figures of 53% 5+ E/M and 71% 4+ E/M are once again far in excess of national averages; that said, many of our students should be justifiably proud of all of their results as they worked hard and were a pleasure to teach.
I personally would like to thank our parents, carers and governors for their continued support.”
Please click on link below to see information from Public Health England