Effective from Monday, 23 March 2020, all schools will be closed until further notice. Work will be uploaded to Google Classroom for your child to complete which can be accessed by clicking the above 'School Closure' button. Here you will also find the latest updates regarding the closure. Thank you
Parents of all Year 6 students due to Transition to Outwood Academy Redcar in September 2020
At this time we are unable to offer any additional information in relation to transition for Year 6 students due to join the Academy in September 2020. We understand this is a difficult time and you will have many questions regarding the next steps. We would like to ensure you that we are doing all we can as an Academy to plan for the future. We are currently following government advice and guidance and will be in contact with the Local Authority to agree any plans.
We will inform Year 6 parents/carers at the earliest opportunity of any updates.
Thank you for your patience.
Outwood Academy Redcar is located in the coastal town of Redcar, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. The predecessor Redcar Academy, had been supported by the nationally renowed Outwood Grange Academies Trust from November 2015, and formally became Outwood Academy Redcar in October 2017.
In the summer of 2016 students achieved greatly improved GCSE outcomes, with 52% achieving A*-C in both English and mathematics, almost doubling the predecessor school’s results in one year. In the summer of 2017, GCSE outcomes climbed again, with 60% achieving the new 9-4 (A*-C) grades in both English and mathematics, and 45% achieving the new 9-5 (A*-B) grades in both English and mathematics. The Progress 8 score in 2017 of +0.23 placed the school top in Redcar top for progress that all students make from primary school, second in Redcar & Cleveland LA and 8th in the whole of the Tees Valley Five Authorities! In 2018 students achieved record results again, with 67% achieving 9-4 in both English and maths, and 49% achieving 9-5 in both. 77% of students achieved at least a grade 4 in English, and 74% in maths!
Why not come and visit, and see our fantastic students and staff at work? You are welcome any time.
A short statement from the Outwood Family: https://www.outwood.com/ogat-news/2020/6/10/outwood-family-statement
The Redcar and Cleveland school nursing service is offering 'virtual appointments' to support students for details on how to book an appointment, please see this flyer
We are moving to the Voucher scheme for free school meals during this period of school closure. Information can be found in our letter to parents on the letters page
A new letter from the Principal is available which provides important information to parents about the school closure. It can be found here https://bit.ly/33wCK3d
March Mock Exams start for Y11 on Monday 9 March To help support and prepare the students, we will be running morning revision breakfast sessions to give students those all-important final bits of revision before each exam. This set of mocks is...
On Tuesday 21 January, 5-6:30 pm we are holding an information evening for parents and students about the Guided Pathways subject choices. This is a great opportunity to come along and find out how our curriculum is structured as the students move...
A number of our students will be taking official exams in January and February. The timetable and Student Exams handbook can be found on our Exams page
Your child’s secondary education is a very important time and many parents worry about how best to support their child. To help your child succeed we are inviting you to join us for an evening from English, Maths & Science.
Year 11 November Mock Exams start on Monday 18th November. More information can be found at www.redcar.outwood.com/Exams
We are holding our first whole school Parents’ Evening for this academic year on Tuesday 12th November 2019 from 5.00pm – 7. 00pm. You will have the chance to speak to your child’s subject teachers in order to gauge how they are progressing
‘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