Intervention & Mock Exam Timetables
Attention - Revision and Support Sessions for all Year 11 students.
We offer a range of support and revision sessions for Year 11 students:
- Session 0 (before school
- Period 4a (during lunchtime)
- Session 6 (after school)
Out of hours (either on a Saturday or during the School Holidays)
We expect students to attend at least 3 sessions per week and we reward attendance through vouchers and Prom Credits.
Important Messages For Parents
** Friday 13th March 2015 – the scheduled training day has been cancelled. All students will be expected in school as normal. **
** Last day of the Summer Term 2015 will be Thursday 16th July 2015 **
Dear parents of students who attend Oldbury Academy
We would love to know what you think about us. Here's your opportunity. Click on the website below to complete a short qustionnaire. Should only take a few minutes. You will need to register by entering your email address. A passcode will be emailed to you. https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/
Exam Results 2014
58% of students achieved A*-C grades in both Maths and English and 51% achieved 5A*-C grades including English and Maths.
15 subjects made significant improvements in A/A* or A*-C pass-rates between 2013 and 2014 and the number of students making ‘better than expected progress in Core Subjects also increased.
In the 6th form, our A*-B passes increased to 40% and 88% of students completing Level 3 BTEC courses achieved D*-M passes.
Almost all students leaving us in 2014 are engaged in further education, employment or employment with training – we continue to work with our most vulnerable school leavers to ensure that they too are engaged in meaningful employment or further study.
100% of students who applied to study at University went on to take up places.
|% achieving 5 + A* -C GCSEs (or equivalent) including English and Maths GCSEs
|% achieving the English Baccalaureate
|% of pupils making expected progress||
School Performance Tables
Welcome to Oldbury Academy
Thank you for your interest in Oldbury Academy, an establishment with whom all partners are proud to be associated. We offer you a warm welcome and a unique insight, too, into our philosophy, our policy and our procedures. We have high expectations of both our students, and our staff and, through their hard work and commitment, we have made enormous progress in recent years, securing some of our best ever examination results and improving year upon year. We are immensely proud of these achievements and recognise the expertise and tremendous effort of all involved. Nevertheless, there can be no complacency and no ceiling to where we might aim to be in the years to come. Our 'Outstanding' OFSTED report in 2011 will mean very little unless we continue to grow, and fulfil, our aspirations and ambitions. Our conversion to Academy status is a step in the right direction; it provides the springboard to help us achieve these goals. As head teacher, I urge all stakeholders, both current and future, to rise to this challenge and embrace those changes ahead that will allow us to move to these higher levels, by transforming the learning experience at Oldbury. Whatever your involvement with this very special place may I wish you all well as we move, together, on our journey.
Mr J Martin | Headteacher