During the final week of this school term all students will be involved in Praise Celebrations. Congratulations to all involved. We are very proud of you.
Year 11 return to school on Tuesday 8th January and receive their Pre-Public Examinations results on Thursday 10th January. All Year 11 students will be required to be in school until 4:30pm from January (Monday to Thursday) and until 3:10pm on a Friday. All students will be invited to attend Power Hour at some point in addition to these sessions. Well done to all students who have been preparing thoroughly for their examinations so far. Final GCSE examinations will begin in 14 weeks.
Students break up for Christmas on Friday 21st December. Students will be dismissed from 12:30pm. School bus service will also run at this time. Students return on Tuesday 8th January at 8:45am. We wish you a peaceful Christmas and many blessings for the year ahead.
The OLSC Charity Christmas Jumper Day is on Thursday 20th December 2018. Students will either be in uniform or dressed in a Christmas jumper / outfit. Donations of £1 are encouraged to raise money for our Christmas Charity Alzheimer’s UK. We politely request that students respect the Christmas theme and do not simply attend in their casual clothes.
70 students from local primary schools attended our Academy this morning to take part in their first accredited Leadership Play Makers Award . Students were taught skills from our own OLSC Leadership Academy students, including training in Event Management, Competition Planning and Delivery, Advertising and Promotion and Playground Delivery! A fantastic morning!
The MFL department have hosted a number of events this week to get students involved in celebrating European Day of Languages.
They would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported the Great European Bake Off today, either by baking one of the amazing creations, or coming along at break time and filling your bellies!
We were really impressed with your efforts.
All proceeds will go to the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning💚
The event at the Academy took place on Thursday featured a screening of the 2016 film ‘Eddie the Eagle’. Following the screening, Eddie talked about the challenges that he faced during his time as a ski jumper and took part in a question and answer session. He also spent time meeting students, families and guests at the event.
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The art department is exhibiting amazing work from Yr7-6th form at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from 4th July to 13th Aug. The exhibition will take place in an area of the gallery called the Gathering space down stairs near the side entrance of the gallery.
We have a private view on Wednesday 4th July 5pm-6.30pm.
Hope you can make it.
Mr Jones, Head of Art.