Open Week: OSA Students’ Path to Success

Posted on: 9th May 2017

Open Week

Ormiston Sudbury Academy is hosting a dedicated day to celebrate the journey and success of its Year 13 students, who will be in their final weeks at the Academy, about to embark on their next steps to leading universities and beyond.

We are opening our doors to prospective students, parents and the local community from 8th to 12th May as part of its unique ‘Open Week’, celebrating and showcasing everything the Academy offers.

The year group is set to continue the academic success achieved at the academy last year. The Year 13 students, as well as some of the Year 11 students, will be sharing their next steps and destinations with current students as further inspiration to those following in their footsteps.

Amongst the many students who have received offers to attend some of the top universities in the country, is Joe Copping, who is hoping to study History at The University of Sheffield; Joseph Hinshelwood, who has received an offer to study Actuarial Science and Maths at London School of Economics; Tonia Lawes who is hoping to study Archaeology & Anthropology at University College London; and Cameron Sawyer who has received an offer to study Acting at St Mary’s University.

Our Principal, Caroline Wilson, says: “We are hugely looking forward to hosting our unique Open Week event this month. Having a day that is devoted to our Year 13 leavers is an excellent opportunity to celebrate their success and achievement as a year group.

 “We have worked closely with the students throughout their 7 years at the Academy and we are incredibly proud of them all. It will be a brilliant send off and we are delighted that they will go on to represent Ormiston Sudbury Academy at university and further.”

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