Inclusion Quality Mark - recognising our work as a community school.
It is brilliant to see the wonderful food prepared by our students in the food technology classroom this week
Our Year 11 students who will soon be taking their first steps in their future careers ensuring they become the very best possible citizens within the community.
We are proud to be celebrating the achievement of the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools ‘School Mental Health Award’ – Silver Status.
Year 11 commitment
There has been a real buzz around the building this week as students have got stuck into learning at Outwood Bishopsgarth.
Please find the latest information regarding covid testing and support.
Everything that we do at Outwood Bishopsgarth is based on our central vision:
We have been delighted with the effort of our students in our first week back.
Students will be bringing home a letter about Cashless catering, opt-in slips are required to be returned to the Academy before 06 November 2019.
Please follow the link to our updated risk assessment
If your child has a diagnosed medical condition whereby they are required to have medication administered in the Academy, an individual healthcare plan must be completed.
To ensure your child has the relevant plan in place, we request you complete the questionnaire below to determine whether or not your child requires an individual healthcare plan.
Please be aware - we can only administer medication which has been prescribed by a medical professional and cannot be taken around school hours.
Should your child require an individual healthcare plan, we will be in touch to arrange an appointment.
Please can you complete the form in the link below:
Supporting your child’s wellbeing through COVID-19.
In order to support your child and family members at this challenging time OGAT has produced a range of resources and access to key organisations who can offer support. These can be accessed by clicking on the green bar titled Mental Wellbeing below.
‘Word of the Week’ is part of the Academy’s ongoing strategy to improve students’ literacy. Students are being taught the importance of language and the need for a good vocabulary, both for their school work and as an essential life skill. There is an Academy WOW each week, displayed around school and on the website, and its use is reinforced by VMG tutors and in school assemblies. The word is designed to make students confident in their use of a range of complex words and their meanings, in a drive to improve student articulacy to even higher levels.
“As vocabulary is reduced, so are the number of feelings you can express, the number of events you can describe, the number of the things you can identify. Man grows by language.” – Sheri S. Tepper