Over the next few weeks our website will be fully re-designed. During this period, pages may be slower than normal, below will also show the times our website will be offline too, and we apologise for this, but we can’t wait for you to see the new site once it’s finished.
Your new Academy site is coming very soon & we can’t wait to show you. Below are the formats that it will be compatible & responsive with…
Ormiston Maritime Academy is a vibrant, forward thinking academy providing a comprehensive and inclusive education to students from age 11–16. We moved into our new academy build in 2010, this has enabled us to provide students with state of the art facilities, enhancing learning further and highlighting the importance of technology within the society we live in. Exam results have improved steadily over the last few years and are predicted to rise further this year. We pride ourselves on being a values driven school and our ASPIRE (Achievement, Support, Perseverance, Independence, Respect and Enthusiasm) values are at the heart of academy life.
We are a School: Our students come first. We deliver a world class education that enables all of our students to achieve or exceed their targets in a safe, stimulating and aspirational environment.
We are a Family: Every member of the academy family plays a significant part in its success. Together we aspire to excellence. We succeed and celebrate together.
We are a Community: We all share a love for, and a commitment to, the community we serve. Respectful relationships are the key to our success.
We promote fairness, trust and community spirit in all that we do.
Our academy’s sponsor, Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT), is a not-for-profit Academy Trust, sponsoring primary and secondary academies since 2008. OAT’s vision is for all young people to have the highest academic, social and practical skills to allow them to lead a fulfilling life. They are determined to become the Trust that makes the biggest difference. OAT academies share the Ormiston Academies Trust ethos of ensuring every child reaches their full potential; being aspirational and committed to academic excellence and being supportive yet courageous in our approach
At Forest School this week students from OMA learnt how to safely use knife skills to harvest, cut and shape their own wooden knives. We were super proud of how carefully students listened to instructions. Well done ! pic.twitter.com/MGDjDHTUKU