Acres View parking
Now that students are using the Acres View gate to exit the building, please could we remind parents not to use Acres View for drop off / pick up and parking. Many thanks for your co-operation.
Google Classroom guardian summaries allow parents and carers to opt-in to receive regular email updates about their child’s work and classes. These emails, known as guardian email summaries, include information about missing work, upcoming work, and class activity including announcements and questions posted in the class stream. Please click the button below for more details.
Join D2N2 and Pathway CTM to engage with employers to discover how your skills can be applied to the jobs of the future with the opportunity to ask your questions to a live panel of some of the top employers!
Please click on the button below for instructions regarding the iPay system.
This is a simple, easy to use website, offering parents and carers a convenient and flexible way to make payments
on-line, by debit or credit card, for all school purchases, reducing the need for your child to carry cash to school. iPayimpact has a ‘shopping basket’ approach, allowing payments to be made for each child including school trips and many other school payments in one easy transaction.
We are delighted that your child will be joining us in September and cannot wait to meet them! At Outwood Academy Newbold we want to make the transition process as smooth as possible and are doing everything we can for your child. The link below takes you to our Year 6 Transition Website with links to the Transition work set by our departments to help you child transition from Year 6 into Year 7, introduce our teaching and support staff, key individuals on the Year 6 Transition team and a student focused and parent/guardian focused FAQ page designed to answer any queries you may have and will be regularly updated to give you more information on the
As pupils begin to return to school in greater numbers from September, we are keen to understand the impact of this challenging period, and also to understand how pupils are feeling and responding to the present situation so that we can provide the support they need.
To assist this, we will be sending out a survey to pupils from 14/09/20, covering areas such as their engagement with learning during this period and their broader wellbeing. Most pupils will complete this at school. However should your child need to complete at home, we would really appreciate your support in encouraging your child to do so, as it will be tremendously helpful for ensuring that we can provide the best support for your child as possible.
For further information please read the letter to parents provided below.
We had originally expected these resources to be available to support parents in keeping their children entertained over the Easter holidays, but have decided to keep these resources available for the duration of school closure.
Check out the OGAT Home Learning Activities Webpage and the Newbold Easter Resource Pack for further ideas.
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*The Academy seeks nominations for a Parent Governor to sit on the Academy Council of Outwood Academy Newbold. If you would like to put yourself forward for this position you will need to complete the attached nomination form and return it to the Academy marked for the attention of Mrs S Hardy.
Attached below is the presentation delivered by Mr Roberts, Miss Schulze and Heads of Departments in regards to terminal examinations in Year 11 and the strategies in place for supporting students throughout the year
We are pleased to inform you that Examination certificates will be available for collection from 2nd December, for Year 11 and Year 13 students who left in the Summer 2019. Certificates can be collected between the hours of 9.00am and 3.30pm from the main reception. Please call in advance before collection so we can get them out and ready for you.
Students must bring identification with them upon collection. If a student is unable to collect their certificates personally, a representative can collect them on their behalf but they must provide the following documentation:
A signed letter of authorisation from the student
A copy of their own I.D
It is extremely important that certificates are collected as they are required for Higher Education and workplaces often request them.
Certificates may be posted to you at your own risk. Requests must be in writing please, either by letter or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, confirming the address you would like your certificates sent to.
Use the file link button below to view the presentation from the ‘Year 9 Curriculum Changes Information Evening’, providing details regarding the changes to the GCSE qualifications and the support we are offering. (Note, this is a large file, so may take longer to download, 2Mb)
The theme of the presentation is Kayleigh’s Love Story which centres on the unfortunate and real life tragic events that happened in Leicestershire in November 2015.
Use the first link below to visit the Leicestershire Police website to see the film and supporting information.
The second link is the hand-out for you to download (PDF), which contains an overview of some of the ways to stay safe and protect yourself and your children.
The third link is a link to the “Safety” section of our school website with a resource pack for parents to download.
OAN Sixth Form is proud to welcome applications from students currently at Outwood Academy Newbold and from students who have attended other schools.
You can read about all the BTEC & A levels we offer in our Prospectus and then submit an application form, both of which can be found using the links below.
Outwood Academy Newbold took part in celebrating World Book Day getting involved in numerous activities, including a visit from a famous author and staff dressing up as their favourite book characters!
On Friday 28th September 2018, Outwood Academy Newbold joined in with the fundraising by holding our own Macmillan Coffee Morning, raising an amazing £312.29!
One of our amazing students, Georgie Mills has reached the grand final of the Teen Star competition in London on the 14th July 2018. Click the link to find out more details and information on how you can vote...
Congratulations to our cricket team as they bring home the Division 2 title!
On Friday 23rd March 2018, Outwood Academy Newbold students took on the Sport Relief Mile, raising over a whopping £3678.41 for a very worthy charity!
Trutex will be coming into school on the following dates, between 14:30 and 17:00 and will available in the drama room (D1G), to discuss your uniform requirements:
Please click on the link below to navigate to the new Trutex Direct Flippable Digital Brochure. Have a look through and ensure you order in plenty of time to receive your new uniform.
Outwood Academy Newbold has appointed “Facilities for All Limited” to develop and manage the community lettings programme for our school facilities.
Our state of the art school facilities will be available to hire at the following times:
Use the links below for further information.
Please click the link below to read the advice from Derbyshire Community Health Services following vaccinations in school.
Students celebrate some wonderful results
In a year when there has been so much change in GCSEs we are delighted to report successful performances at grades 5+ and 4+ in both English & maths. All subjects have shown strong performances in these new reformed GCSEs and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our students, staff, parents and families for their hard work and unwavering support this year.
Principal Steve Roberts said “This year was about continuing to work with and support students as they adapt to and reach the new benchmark standards set nationally in GCSEs. The resilience, focus and determination to be successful will stand our students in good stead in the future. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents/carers and families for their support throughout. One of the joys of working in this academy is seeing how hard staff and students worked collaboratively to achieve success. Congratulations to all our students and thank you to all the academy staff. We are incredibly proud of our students and wish them every success for their futures.
Dr Philip Smith, Executive Principal said, “Congratulations to all involved for a strong set of results at Newbold. Under the leadership of Mr Roberts, Newbold has continued to provide good outcomes for so many students. Everyone is proud of this result, and especially of the students, who have really shown what hard-work and dedication can achieve.”
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Another strong set of A Level results for Class of 2019!
Another strong set of A Level results for Class of 2019
Outwood Academy Newbold are delighted to report another strong set of A Level exam results this year. There were strong increases in the number of students achieving top grades and across all measures the performance of the academy is being consolidated well.
The academy would like to congratulate all students on their success and thank students, staff and parents/carers for their hard work and support this year.
Every student has achieved personal success but of particular note in this year’s results were the performances of:
Jordan-Mae Jones achieved 2 A grades and an A* and will be studying biomedical science at the University of Sheffield. On receiving her results Jordan was speechless, but excited to start studying at an even higher level.
Dylan Stapleton achieved A*, A, A, B and will be going to study physics at the University of Sheffield.
Imogen Baines A*, A, B and will be going to study psychology at De Montford University. Imogen said “All the hard work I have put in has paid off”.
Harry Williams A*, B, B and will be going to study mechanical engineering at the University of Sheffield.
Leah Barnett A, B, B and will be going to study criminology at Lincoln University. "I can’t believe it! I actually got the grades and that I am going to University!
At this early stage the vast majority of students have already secured their places at University or progressed onto further training and in the remaining days we hope to place everyone in a university of their choice.
Principal Steve Roberts said “We are incredibly proud of our students and wish them every success for their futures. This set of results reflects the hard work of students and their teachers. Our outcomes continue to be strong and I would like to thank the students, their families and the staff who have worked tirelessly to bring about these great results”.
Dr Philip Smith, Executive Principal, praised the Principal, Steve Roberts, for his outstanding leadership in ensuring students leave Newbold prepared for their next phase in life. He also said, “it takes a community working together to secure this level of success for students, so my deepest thanks go to all parents/carers, governors and staff for supporting the young adults of Chesterfield to enable them to achieve their hopes for a bright future”.
We would like to wish our students every success for the next phase in their lives.
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Outwood Academy Newbold have collaborated with a number of organisations across Derbyshire to join Chesterfield Borough Council’s Centenary Commendations in remembrance of Armistice. The 11th of October 2018 marked the official launch of events across the Borough. In remembrance and support of the many service men and women who were involved in WW1, the academy has created their very own poppy fall which can be seen in its prominent position on the side of the academy building. It was a team effort to bring the idea to life, with each and every member of staff adding a poppy onto the netting. Year 10 and Sixth Form students, pictured below, were on hand to support the final piece being put in place, taking a moment to reflect on those involved in WW1.
In addition to our poppy fall, on the evening of 11 October 2018, we were invited by Chesterfield Borough Council to attend the official launch of the WW1 Centenary Commemorations. The event marked the start of a series of events taking place across the Borough in remembrance of all those involved in WW1.
It was a fantastic evening and our amazing choir gave outstanding renditions of Viva la Vida and Stand by Me to a packed room of ex-service men and women, dignitaries and visitors from around the County. A massive well done to all students involved in delivering such a wonderful performance, as well as Miss Colley who choreographed the concert.
We have gone from "Special Measures" to "Good with Outstanding Leadership" in just 3 years! Click the link to view the Ofsted report highlighting this fantastic achievement, which recognises our rapid transformation in student progress and outcomes.
We are delighted to see that Outwood Academy Newbold is the top performing school in Derbyshire for student progress and in the top 10% of schools nationally. Click the link to visit the 'Compare School Performance' website provided by the DfE.
Great news for all Year 11 students at any school in Chesterfield and the surrounding area… We are still accepting applications for our amazing 6th Form! Check out our prospectus and application form and get yours in today – don’t delay!
“Pupils’ outcomes have risen consistently over the past three years. In 2017, the progress pupils in Year 11 made was significantly above the national average and substantially higher than the expected level. ”Ofsted report (published 7th December 2017)