7th April 2020
Bee Active will deliver hard copies of Home Learning packs for Phase 2 to homes between the 15th and 20th April. These will contain three weeks of tasks for each subject.
19th March 2020
Our latest letter to parents/carers regards closure can be found via this link.
18th March 2020
The academy is open for business as normal tomorrow. Please follow the usual procedures regarding absence.
17th March 2020
Covid-19 In the case of a partial or full school closure we will ensure that work is provided to support students learning at home during this time. Unfortunately, if a child is kept at home prior to this occurrence we will not be able to provide individual work for them. However, attached is a list […]
16th March 2020
Latest guidance for Schools regards covid-19 can be found via this link.
16th March 2020
At the beginning of March we celebrated World Book Day. Throughout the week commencing 2nd March Ormiston Horizon Academy had a range of activities promoting reading and highlighting the value of books. Monday, saw a competitive Personal Tutor World Book Day Quiz with Mr Gardner’s 8D2 coming first but Aquila winning overall. Tuesday, we welcomed […]
3rd March 2020
A group of our year 10 religious education students attended the Council Chambers in Stoke Town Hall last week to take part in a Youth Debate event. Students heard points of view from other schools and council members as well as speakers from various different communities. Students took part in the debates themselves and voted […]
14th February 2020
Hi I am Christabel in year 10. I have taken pictures of students playing and exercising on Curriculum Enrichment Day for my work experience. The photos are to show parents how happy and amazing the students are on this Valentines Day.
11th February 2020
On Thursday, 6th February, the academy hosted the North Regional Make Yourself Heard heats which involved five schools across the north to compete in a speaking competition. There were two competitions – one for KS3 and one for KS4. Both competitions were close and all students spoke about extremely important subjects that they were passionate […]
28th January 2020
Recently a number of our students took part in a speaking competition called, Make Yourself Heard. This competition entailed students speaking for three minutes about a topic they felt particularly passionate about. There were two heat groups, KS3 and KS4; we had a variety of topics, including: mental health; lowering the voting age to sixteen; […]