As from Friday 20th March at 3:00pm the academy will be closed.
Any families who are following the current guidance from the Government and Public Health England and are self isolating should contact the academy office. Work packs are available below or can be posted to your home address, available upon request. Any children can access any of the below packs, no matter their age or ability.
NEW 8th June: Norfolk Museum Service is offering resources and activities to complete from the comfort of your own home!
NEW 21st May: 2020-05-21 Letter to parents pre-1st June
27th April:How to support with Reading at home
20th April: BBC Daily Lessons
All year groups – take a look at the following link re. companies offering free education/resource subscriptions
Children have been given their email addresses today, where they can keep in touch with their friends and teachers. To log in please visit Office365
If you are worried about anything whilst you are at home remember you can use the big red button. Please leave your name so we know who you are.
For more information on support services run by the NHS for children and young people and parents, please click on this leaflet.
Norfolk Library Service are offering a free app and free books, all you need to do is use your existing library card and PIN code. Check out this link:- LibbyApp.
Renaissance Reading are also running a readon website, where there are thousands of books to choose from, all for FREE!
Check out this BOOK BITES flyer, all the information from Education Library Service.
We would like to draw your attention to this website whilst your children are learning more and more online this will help to keep them safe. Thinkuknow
Most Recent – for Summer Holidays – Click the links below to access age appropriate Online and Digital Safety Resources:
May I take this opportunity to welcome you to Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy and share with you our vision for your child.
Our vision is for all children to acquire knowledge, skills and understanding that will contribute to them becoming motivated and aspirational young people, well-prepared for the next stage of their education.
The intent of our vision is for pupils to become confident communicators with a passion for learning. We aim for them to be caring tolerant citizens who approach life with an open mind. To best prepare for their future, we intend for our pupils to be healthy, resourceful and creative with an ability to transfer their knowledge and skills.
At Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy we provide a caring and nurturing environment but with a clear focus on raising up every child to fulfil their full potential. As a member of the Academy your child will be given opportunities to excel in a wide field of study and enriched curriculum.
We invite you to come to the Academy and find out more about what we do, please contact the office who will be happy to make an appointment for you.
Mr M Thompson