News By Month

July 21, 2017

New Academic year 2017 – revisions to policies

Pleas click here to read a letter from Miss Cooling regarding some changes to Academies policies for the new year in September... Read more

July 21, 2017

Ofsted report for visit in June 2017 now available

Please click here to access the report for the visit made in June... Read more

July 14, 2017

Summer Fete 2017

Please click here to read the letter from Jo Fieldsend - Assistant... Read more

July 14, 2017

Sports Day Report 2017

Please click here for the Sports Day report... Read more

June 28, 2017

Libby Tucker

We are very proud to announce that Libby has recently been selected to represent the National England Karate Kata A Squad and will be representing... Read more

June 28, 2017

University of Cambridge Archaeological Dig Programme

You can view a report on the University of Cambridge Archaeological Dig Programme by clicking... Read more

June 19, 2017

Wall of Fame 2017

You can read the letter regarding the OMA Wall of Fame by clicking the links below. Letter - OMA Wall of Fame Nomination Form - OMA Wall of... Read more

June 15, 2017

Amendments to School Day

You can read the latest email from Ms Cooling in regards to amendments to the school day by clicking... Read more

May 25, 2017

Gravity Reward Trip

Students in the winning tutor group for attendance were treated to a day at Gravity Trampoline Park in Hull... Read more

Cambridge University's outreach unit, Access Cambridge Archaeology have been guiding local students in atwo day dig at Old Clee.
Standing from left, Ormiston Maritime Academy pupils Leah Brambley and Shay Rafferty, with Alison Dickens, head of ACA and Cat Collins, archaeologist. Seated, OMA pupil Alicia Clarke, Emily Ryley ACA administrator and teacher Lisa Brittain.
Picture: Abby Ruston
Buy this photo at www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/buyaphoto or by calling the free number 03444 060 910
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Date: 18 may 2017
Keywords: archaeology old clee cambridge
Cambridge University's outreach unit, Access Cambridge Archaeology have been guiding local students in atwo day dig at Old Clee.
Standing from left, Ormiston Maritime Academy pupils Leah Brambley and Shay Rafferty, with Alison Dickens, head of ACA and Cat Collins, archaeologist. Seated, OMA pupil Alicia Clarke, Emily Ryley ACA administrator and teacher Lisa Brittain.
Picture: Abby Ruston
Buy this photo at www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/buyaphoto or by calling the free number 03444 060 910
Requested by: 
Date: 18 may 2017
Keywords: archaeology old clee cambridge

May 20, 2017

Archaeology Dig

Students have been getting a hands-on opportunity to uncover history in Old Clee, Grimsby - as part of a project funded by the University of... Read more