Mark Hassack, Executive Principal
Steve Merifield, Associate Executive Principal
Mark Gray, Principal
If you are a Key worker who wishes to register for childcare, please click here to contact us
Please click the button below to gain access to our Home Learning & Revision page. Here we have content provided by each of our subjects to aid with revision and extend student learning and progress. The page also provides students with access to other websites which can help with understanding of key topics when not in the Academy.
Please click the button below to find information for parents and carers about the closure of schools and other educational settings following the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
That’s right we have a radio! The Outwood Family which covers all of our primary and secondary schools have put this together so we can all stay in touch and of course listen to music!
Unsure on what to do in your next steps after school? We have collated all the information you need on our Year 11 Next Steps page. Simply click the button below.
Please click the button below to find information on the Learning Disability Matter Website for families, it has a range of resources to support family resilience and health and wellbeing of children and young people with a learning disability.
Learning about staying safe online is very important. At Outwood Academy Acklam 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.
Click the button below to visit our E-Safety page.
Here at Outwood Academy Acklam we are dedicated to ensure that all of our students and their families have access to food. Please click the link below to find a timetable of dates, times and venues where free food is available across Teesside.
As we are unable to welcome Year 6 students, parents and carers into our Academy this year, we have created this video which showcases our Academy.
We are delighted to announce the release of our latest Ofsted report which states that the Academy continues to be a good school.
To read a copy of the report please click here
Please find our assembly video for this week.
Information regarding assemblies taking place.
Please find the Home Learning timetables for Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Please find the most up to date live lesson timetables for all year groups.
Your mental health is as important as your physical health.
It determines how you handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
Please click on the button below to find out about how Outwood Academy Acklam and other agencies can help support your mental health
The Trust has worked collaboratively with leaders and teachers in drafting its Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (RSHE) Secondary policy in order that it fulfills all aspects of the Department for Education’s Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education guidance. The Trust is now consulting parents/carers for their feedback both on the policy and its delivery. Following the conclusion of the consultation, feedback will be reviewed and amendments made to the policy, where appropriate. While parental views are welcome and will be genuinely reflected on and considered, they do not amount to a final decision over curriculum content. As the policy explains, parents/carers have the right to withdraw their child(ren) from the lesson
‘Word of the Week’ is part of the Academy’s ongoing strategy to improve students’ literacy. Students are being taught the importance of language and the need for a good vocabulary, both for their school work and as an essential life skill. There is an Academy WOW each week, displayed around school and on the website, and its use is reinforced by VMG tutors and in school assemblies. The word is designed to make students confident in their use of a range of complex words and their meanings, in a drive to improve student articulacy to even higher levels.
“As vocabulary is reduced, so are the number of feelings you can express, the number of events you can describe, the number of the things you can identify. Man grows by language.” – Sheri S. Tepper