I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the support you have given me during my time at Outwood Academy Brumby. Your commitment in helping drive the academy forward has been invaluable.
6 years ago, when I first arrived the school was in special measures and results were amongst the lowest in the country. Last year we were above the national average and I am confident the results this year will be outstanding, as will the future results of all other year groups.
The students in this academy are wonderfully talented, well mannered, have high aspirations and will certainly make a positive contribution to society. I will miss them.
Our vision is ‘Raising standards, transforming lives’. Having worked with Angela Hull closely for the last three years whilst she has been Principal at Outwood Academy Foxhills, I can leave knowing confidently that the academy will be in safe hands, will not be complacent and will continue to go from strength to strength. Angela will passionately uphold our vision.
I would like to thank all staff and the Academy Council who have given me their full support in order to transform the academy into an environment where students are thriving. I have an abundance of fond memories and wish you all well for the future.
Would you be willing to share your experience with young people at Outwood Academy Brumby?
If so, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for inspirational and enthusiastic Alumni who could help our young people aspire to Higher Education or higher level apprenticeships as part of a new Flying Higher initiative. If you would like to be involved, please contact Alex Warburton at email@example.com for more details and to register your interest.
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This year’s results are the best results Outwood Academy Brumby has ever had. 68% of our students achieved the benchmark of a grade 4 or higher in both English and Maths. This is an 8% increase on the previous year’s results.
Key highlights include;
Jamie-Leigh Sparling achieved 3 A*s, 6 As and 2Bs
Max Licciardi achieved 4A*s, 5As and 2 Bs
Lauren Jacklin 4A*s and 7As
Julie Slater, Chief Executive Principal, Secondary said, “today is the culmination of years of hard work for our students. We are delighted with the results our students have achieved again this year which is testament to the incredible efforts and dedication of our students, their families, staff, governors and trust board at Outwood Academy Brumby. I would like to particularly praise the work of the Principal (Toby Rutter) for their exceptional leadership in helping our students to gain these life changing results”.
It has been a privilege to be their Principal and all of us at the academy are incredibly proud of our students and wish them every success for their futures.
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We are delighted to announce the release of our latest Ofsted report which states that the academy is now a good school with outstanding leadership and management where “attainment and overall progress across the academy have improved significantly in a very short time”.
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