(1) These items must be purchased from our approved supplier, Screens.
Please note the following footwear is not acceptable: Sandals, boots, trainers/trainer type shoes or shoes with logos/stripes, or plimsolls.
Boys and girls:
(2) These items must be purchased from our approved supplier, Screens.
Jewellery should be discreet and appropriate for school – one set of plain studs or small sleepers in pierced ears are allowed (this relates to boys and girls), one necklace, bracelet or ring can also be worn. The academy cannot be responsible for any injury caused by wearing jewellery or for jewellery going missing. We reserve the right to conﬁscate unsuitable jewellery. Jewellery, which the students are asked to remove, will be held in safe keeping until it is collected by parents/carers.
Students who are incorrectly dressed or who refuse to remove additional/unsuitable jewellery may be taught apart from their peers or sent home.
Facial and body piercings and extremes of hairstyles including cut and colour are not permitted in the academy.
Make-up should be discreet and in keeping with a student’s appearance. Extreme or excessive make-up is not permitted and any student deemed to be wearing too much make-up will be asked to remove it. Students are not permitted to wear nail varnish or nail extensions.
Please note: Ormiston Denes Academy makes the final decision as to what is or is not acceptable in all aspects of a student’s appearance. We are happy to provide guidance where necessary, prior to purchase, should you be unsure.
Students will need to bring the following equipment to school and this will be checked by form tutors on a daily basis:
In May students in Year 10 visited the International Aviation Academy in Norwich. They climbed aboard a full-size Boeing 737-300 operational aeroplane and were later challenged to identify different parts of an aeroplane’s fuselage. They learnt that they can start training at 16 and progress to employment or the BSc (Hons) Professional Aviation Engineering Practice […]
Bags of Help is Tesco’s local community grant scheme where the money raised from the 5p carrier bag levy in Tesco stores is being used to fund thousands of community projects across the UK. The projects must meet the criteria of promoting community participation in the development and use of outdoor spaces. Ormiston Denes Academy’s […]
Ormiston Denes Academy is delighted to share that the academy’s Year 11 students have achieved the highest set of results on record, with outstanding success in both English and mathematics. The percentage of students who gained a good pass in both subjects increased to 53% – up 20 percentage points on last year. Progress across […]
Students and staff raised a massive £3,017.52 for Cancer Research UK during a week-long programme of events held at the academy. Having listened to our student voice, the student leadership team made the decision to support Cancer Research UK, as the disease had touched many of their lives, encouraging them to offer their own support. […]