We believe in the limitless potential of every young person we serve...
This is a fantastic time to join Six Villages. Our academy has been on a transformative journey, and this was recognised in September 2017 with Ofsted granting us a rating of ‘Good’ in all categories, noting that we are ‘a rapidly improving school’.
We are clear on our key priorities in order to provide an inspirational education where every young person is ready for life in our global community. Our students have an appetite for success and our staff are committed to unleashing their potential. Parents are supportive and loyal to the academy. The strong alignment amongst stakeholders makes this academy a great place to work and take your career on to the next level.
Six Villages is a small, vibrant and caring learning community. We are committed to ensuring students are stretched intellectually and foster a love of learning, whilst feeling valued, happy and safe. In addition to facilitating academic success, life at Six Villages provides the platform to allow us to commit to the growth and development of our students culturally, spiritually, morally and socially, whilst enhancing their sporting talents and furthering their artistic gifts.
All our staff have the opportunity to:
Play a significant role in the development of Ormiston Six Villages Academy
Develop their skills in a highly rewarding environment with the shared aim of enriching the lives of the students who attend Ormiston Six Villages Academy
Join the OAT family and receive comprehensive CPD through the school and associated networks
Ormiston Six Villages Academy is an equal opportunity employer and supports the safeguarding and protection of children and individuals.
All vacancies are posted centrally on the OAT Careers website. Please visit OAT Careers to view all current vacancies for our academy and other academies in the Trust, and for all head office positions.
Mr Paul Slaughter, Principal
"I didn't know what to expect when I first stepped into Six Villages but I have never regretted my decision to come here. It's a small school on a delightful site which is well laid out and has excellent facilities. The school has a real community feel where we are all in it together and we have purpose. I feel looked after and valued as a member of staff and was given development opportunities straight away. It's a great place to work.”
Michael Newman, Head of MFL
“We are student-centred, without compromising our high expectations of conduct and academic endeavour.”
Nicola Gavin, Raising Standards Leader/Director of Learning Year 11
“Since our daughter joined Ormiston Six Villages Academy nearly 3 years ago both my husband and I have seen her grow even further into the accomplished and dedicated student she is today. Without doubt the Academy has played a significant role in her achievements, she has found new interests and a continued passion for her chosen subjects. We were delighted to see that the Academy was rewarded for the hard work they continue to put in and the significant results they achieve by Ofsted. The support, enthusiasm and dedication from the Principal and all her staff is heartfelt and genuine; we consider ourselves very privileged to support what will surely soon be an outstanding Academy.”
Mrs Jane Somner, Parent
“When choosing a secondary school I decided that my primary objectives were for my boys to be happy and cared for, that they were known to the staff as a person, not just a number or a statistic and that they would be nurtured and educated as a whole person and allowed to explore their creativity as well as their academic potential. Although my boys are very different, all of their needs, interests and personalities have been nurtured at Six Villages. They have enjoyed academic successes because of the aspiration, inspiration and high expectations afforded to them by a team of dedicated and hard working staff.”
Mrs R Dack, Parent
“Many parents recognise and value the changes leaders have brought about and the effect this is having on improving outcomes for their children. As one parent said, ‘I feel that we as parents are very much included as part of the school.’”
Ofsted, September 2017