The following list is of our primary feeder schools across Lowestoft and the surrounding area. Although we primarily serve the community of North Lowestoft, we do also welcome students from South Lowestoft and from outside of the town.
Those schools listed in bold have ten or more students currently studying at Ormiston Denes Academy.
|Blundeston Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School||Blundeston|
|Carlton Colville Primary School||Carlton Colville|
|Corton Church of England Primary School||North Lowestoft|
|Dell Primary School||Oulton Broad|
|Elm Tree Primary Academy||South Lowestoft|
|Grove Primary School||Carlton Colville|
|Gunton Primary Academy||North Lowestoft|
|Northfields Saint Nicolas Primary Academy||North Lowestoft|
|Oulton Broad Primary School||Oulton Broad|
|Pakefield Primary School||Pakefield|
|Phoenix Saint Peter Academy||South Lowestoft|
|Poplars Primary School||North Lowestoft|
|Red Oak Primary School||South Lowestoft|
|Roman Hill Primary School||North Lowestoft|
|Somerleyton Primary School||Somerleyton|
|St Margaret’s Primary Academy||North Lowestoft|
|St Marys Roman Catholic Primary School||Somerleyton|
|Westwood Primary School||South Lowestoft|
|Woods Loke Primary School||North Lowestoft|
The theme this year for Anti- Bullying Week is “United Against Bullying” and all students at Ormiston Denes Academy will watch a virtual assembly during form time, to raise awareness. They will also be given a poster to create their own pledge against bullying, enabling us all to stand united against bullying. This poster will […]
To mark Remembrance Day, our remembrance ceremony was held during tutor time across Years 7-11. This provided all our students with a time to reflect and pay their respects to commemorate the servicemen and women from Britain and the Commonwealth who sacrificed their lives for our freedom, whilst remaining in their bubbles. Across the academy, […]
We are proud to have been awarded The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award. The award recognises the service provided by the academy to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our new interactive school prospectus gives the information you need to find out why Ormiston Denes Academy should be your school of choice. Our unique QR codes will enhance your experience within each section.
Mrs Buckenham has created this cookbook for all skill levels. Take a look and make something tasty!
Following on from the successful OAT EAST Dance competition, the full video performance from our students can be seen here: http://bit.ly/OATEASTDance
Students from Ormiston Denes Academy had a fantastic trip to Tonale in Italy again this year for the 2020 ski trip! All students had a fantastic time and demonstrated courage, resilience and determination. Our surroundings were beautiful – breathtaking with glorious weather! As well as skiing, students also participated in: • Bumboarding • Night Ski […]
We had an amazing time when 21 of our brilliant dancers took part in the first OAT East Dance competition! Students were competing against 7 other Ormiston academies, which calculated to just over 100 students. Their 10 minute routine made audience members cry, cheer and have goose bumps! Also, a huge well done to our […]
We are proud to announce that in January we were awarded our platinum award from our work with Suffolk Family Carers and supporting our young carers in school. We work closely with Suffolk Family Carers, and especially those within our academy. We have raised school awareness of young carers through assemblies, form time sessions, social […]
The OAT East Dance Competition is taking place at Ormiston Denes Academy on Wednesday 12th February 2020 at 7.00pm! This is a competition for students from eight Ormiston academies based in East Anglia, and we are hosting! Family and friends are welcome to this free event, doors will open at 6.45pm.
The Ormiston Denes Academy annual Careers Fair is taking place on Friday 6th March! This gives our students a chance to investigate possible careers and opportunities available to them. Over 45 organisations are attending this fantastic event!
Congratulations to all students involved, for their months of hard work and effort, in preparing and delivering various workshops and events for the Dora Love competition. All of the students were so professional in their presentation in the final, competing against 17 other secondary schools for the prize, and speaking in front of hundreds of […]