At Brownhills Ormiston Academy, we believe that enrichment can extend and broaden the range of educational experiences for our students, broadening horizons, helping them to discover hidden talents, try new things and to promote their growing love of learning. Brownhills Ormiston Academy students are encouraged to participate in as many clubs, trips and activities as possible; both on and off site.
We take pride in providing opportunities for our students to develop themselves beyond what is required of them by the national curriculum and motivate them to enjoy new forms of learning, building their cultural capital in a variety of ways.
Through the breadth of activities on offer, we ensure that every student has the opportunity to discover and develop existing and new talents and interests as well as reminding them that learning can be fun.
As part of the OAT family, we recognise that enrichment is a driver to support student achievement in the classroom.
We follow the OAT Charter, which encourages that all students have access to the following:
Meet The School Council Team
Alex Hogg Secretary of Regional Student Leadership Team
Wednesday 10th November (Regional)
Alex will be attending the OAT Annual Conference and he will be speaking about the #WeWillPerfrom campaign (Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th November)
To recognise students’ dedication in attending enrichment clubs during lunch time and after school we have launched the Enrichment Star Challenge Award Scheme.
Students must collect a challenge card from their form tutor. At the end of every enrichment club students should ask their teacher to stamp the below card. When 10 achievement merits have been awarded students should see Mrs best to collect an ‘Enrichment Star Challenge badge’ to wear on their school blazers.