Following the inspection of Outwood Academy Adwick on Tuesday 2 February 2016 and Wednesday 3 February 2016 the inspection team concluded that the Academy is Outstanding in every category including the sixth form. Highlights from the inspection report which can be found in full on the website are as follows:
Learning about staying safe online is very important. At Outwood Academy Adwick we make sure our students are aware of the risks to safety that are online and what to do to stay safe.
We are committed to improving E-Safety not only in school but at home as well.
Visit our E-Safety page: click here
Thursday 19th July 2018 – 2.30pm finish
Tuesday 24th July 2018 – 10am to 3pm
Year 7 uniform bundles will be available for collection. If you are unable to collect on this date, please contact the academy on the main academy number to arrange collection at a later date as we cannot guarantee that someone will be available.
Uniform will also be available to purchase from Trutex, payment will be required at the time of ordering.
This event will be held in the main Academy Hall – please use the student entrance on Windmill Balk Lane as there will be no access via the Visitor Entrance.
Thursday 16 August 2018 – available for collection from 8am in the Outwood Institute of Education
Thursday 23 August 2018 – available for collection from 9am in the Academy Hall
Monday 3rd September 2018
Tuesday 4th September 2018
Wednesday 5th September 2018
Tuesday 18th September 2018 – 5pm to 6.30pm
Tuesday 25th September 2018 – 5pm to 7pm
Tuesday 26th October 2018 – 4pm to 7pm
Friday 26th October 2018 – 2.30pm finish
h.2 Academy Opens
Monday 5th November 2018
Thursday 20th December 2018 – 2.30pm finish
Friday 21st December
Monday 7th January 2019
Please be advised that from 30 April 2018 any users of Microsoft Windows XP or Microsoft Vista will no longer be able to make payments via the Tucasi Online Payments System (SCOpay). Unfortunately, users of these operating systems may have to upgrade their systems to be able to make online payments from the 30th of April 2018.
This change is being enforced by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). From the 30th June 2018 all websites that accept card payments will no longer allow users of Windows XP and Windows Vista to use their websites. WorldPay are implementing this change on 30th April 2018.
While you will be able to access Tucasi SCO, view the content and perform many tasks in the normal way, if you attempt to make a payment online you will receive an error message.
Please be aware this is outside of Outwood Grange Academy Trust’s control. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause, however we will be unable to assist with making payments online using Windows XP & Vista following the 30th April 2018.
On Saturday 30th June 23 students and 5 staff from Adwick took part in Sheffield's 5km Colour Rush experience.
Please click the link below for information regarding the trial changes to the Behaviour Policy.
Please click the link below to access the information presented by Mrs Allott at the Year 6 transition evening for students starting with us in September 2018.
GCSEPod provides podcasts which you can watch online or download to play later on your iPods, iPhones, Blackberry and Android devices and tablets. All podcasts are enhanced with text and images and are designed to support students in the classroom, with their homework and during exam time.
So many students at Outwood Academy Adwick already have mobile technology in their pockets and we hope to harness this existing technology to engage all students with their studies in an innovative way. GCSEPod has already been proven to have a significant impact on A*-C performance and we aim to make it an integral part of learning for every GCSE student studying at the academy. Podcasts are organised into subjects and you can further tailor your searches to forthcoming examinations.
Students can follow the link to GCSEPod at the bottom of this webpage. They will be taken to a registration page where they can logon using the drop down boxes.
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How has the LPPA helped Outwood Academy Adwick?
“The LPPA process has helped us focus on identifying the fundamental areas of staff and teacher relationships that need a change at a whole school level. This focus has then let us plan, both strategically and practically, to improve how the school meets parents’ needs so they in turn help their children’s learning. This, linked with our new mentoring systems, has led to a significant rise in standards across the school over the period.”