We’ve had a really busy year to date. Lots of great things happening, it was a tough to decide what to include and what to leave out in our latest newsletter. This is a great testament to everyone associated with Ormiston Forge Academy. Click the link below to read the new edition of More News.
Download the latest copy of Forge News here. This issue includes:
- changes to the academy day
- uniform and piercings
- term dates
- beyond the academy day
- Easter revision programme
- mobile phones and electronic devices
ADDITION TO EASTER REVISION PROGRAMME
Friday 25 April
GCSE ICT – CMM – 6IT1
Letters have gone out but if anyone has not received it and would like to come please email Miss Malcolm.
Yesterday our students bid for a £3,000 grant for a local charity through the YPI (Youth and Philanthropy Initiative).
After several excellent presentations the judges chose Special Olympics Sandwell as the recipient of the the money. Congratulations Charlie, Chloe, Becky and Jodie who delivered the winning presentation.
These four, year 10 students visited the team at their training and learnt about Special Olympics, working with the team members, finding out why Special Olympics is important to them and how it makes a difference to their lives. All four students plan to continue to come to training as volunteers and help the team to decide the best use of this funding.
Sending all of our love and best wishes to Special Olympics Sandwell.
YPI Youth and philanthropy Initiative is a combination of in-class learning and community development experience that gives pupils the tools to understand and engage in community advancement. Pupils research, meet with and advocate for a local charity and then compete for a grant for that charity.