Our Vision & Values

"We will build a community who strive for excellence in all we do. We will aim to stretch, to stimulate and grow a love of lifelong learning.

We will believe in the limitless potential of every young person we serve."

 

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Every day is Open Day

Visit us during the Academy day to see how every young person at Six Villages is known, nurtured and celebrated.
 

 

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Music for All at Six Villages

Y7 students, who have been learning the 'cello, violin or clarinet in their first year at Six Villages, took part in a performance as an ensemble for BBC Music Day. Performing an extract from 'Mars' from The Planets by Holst, they were supported by GCSE music students and Royal College of Music student Deronne White on the flute.

Best ever GCSE Results 2016: 57% 5 x A*-C incl English & Maths (60% A*-C Eng/Maths)

Y7 students, who have been learning the 'cello, violin or clarinet in their first year at Six Villages, took part in their first performance as an ensemble for BBC Music Day.

Performing an extract from 'Mars' from The Planets by Holst, they were supported by GCSE music students and Royal College of Music student Deronne White on the flute.

GCSE Reform

New GCSEs in English language, English literature and maths will be taught in schools in England from September 2015, with the first results issued in August 2017. More information on the specifications can be found under our Curriculum pages.

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Download our Prospectus

Our current Curriculum information, and a Study Options Booklet detailing GCSE courses offered by the Academy, can be found here

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Keeping our students safe

Six Villages is committed to providing a safe and secure setting for children, staff and visitors which promotes an environment where children and adults will feel confident about sharing any concerns which they may have about their own safety or the well-being of others. The welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances.

More information can be found in our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy on our Policies page and on our e-safety pages for students and parents/carers.

Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy (Policies)
E-safety for students
E-safety for parents/carers

Click on the CEOP button below for information, advice and to report concerns directly to CEOP

CEOP
 

In addition, we have dedicated email addresses for both student and parent concerns:

studentconcerns@ormistonsixvillages.org.uk 

concerns@ormistonsixvillages.org.uk

Mail coming into these addresses is monitored and forwarded to the appropriate member of staff for response.

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What parents & carers like about us

My son is doing very well academically and enjoys every day."

I would like to thank the staff for all their hard work. You have helped my daughter's education greatly, by being so positive and encouraging."

[The staff]... all came across as very supportive and interested in their students [at the Y7 parents' evening]."

How the teachers always want the best from the student and guide them in the right direction."

When teachers asked my son [at a parent's evening], "How are you doing?" first."

Teachers are honest and explained how best to support my child."

The staff's positive forward thinking [about my child]... [I] was really happy, I left [the parent's evening] feeling elated."

 

What students like about us

... great teachers, good learning tools and a friendly atmosphere - this is the place to be!"

Any student at the Academy can easily make progress in their learning." 

No need to be afraid of asking, for everyone is helpful."

I like the Academy because everyone looks out for each other."

 

Our Students