Friday 24th October is the last day of half term for OA Portland.

Lessons finish on Friday at 2:30pm and enrichments finish at 3:30pm.

About Us

“The whole point of schools is that children come first and everything we do must reflect this single goal.”

Sir Michael Wilkins - Chief Executive

Outwood Academy Portland is a truly amazing place; the combination of outstanding, caring staff and committed, hardworking students makes every day remarkable.

The level of progress and achievement made by students is breathtaking, with results exceeding the top 5% of the country and students maturing into well rounded, intelligent, young adults – it is easy to see why staff and students value their time at Portland.

The learning environment and supportive ethos is all part of our vision, to offer a level of education that is undoubtedly world class.

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Latest News

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    We've achieved the School Bronze Mark for School Games!

    Well done to our students and the PE department for achieving the Sainsbury's School Games Bronze Mark.

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    New "Command Joe's" Enrichment Club

    All year groups welcome to take part in leadership skills, fun fitness, military tasks, team building and confidence building. Please go to Scott 1 at 2:30pm to meet Steven Sherlock, our Commando Joe's Team Leader. For any further information please see Mrs Parker.

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    Uniform Collection

    Click for further details regarding uniform collection for year 7's and those families with children in years 8-11 who have ordered new items.

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    Video: GCSE results boom for Outwood Academy Portland

    Staff and students have celebrated another bumper year for GCSE results at Outwood Academy Portland in Worksop.

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    2014 Exam Results

    We are pleased to announce that Portland has improved for the 4th consecutive year and achieved a fantastic 76% under the new measure of 5 A*-C including English and Maths at GCSE - well done to all students and staff!

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    Collection of 2014 exam results

    How to collect your exam results 2014.

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PE Department

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    Outwood Games Athletics – Year 9-11

    On Thursday 18th September 2014 Mr Best and Mrs Brookes took 42 pupils made up of athletes, sports leaders, Paralympics and also cheerleaders. All of which were a credit to both themselves and the academy. Overall we finished in 3rd position, but the most pleasing aspect for us was the attitude of all those involved; including the sports leaders who were not only supporting the other schools achievements but also helping them to improve as well. True Sportsmanship! Well done everyone.

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    District netball – Year 10 / 11 Girls

    On Wednesday 24th September 2014, Miss Willey and Miss Lee hosted the girl’s competition for the district in netball here at Outwood Academy Portland. The girls did us proud again coming away as champions against 4 other schools (Retford Oaks, Tuxford, Elizabethan, Serlby Park). With our girls winning all 4 games with scores of 3-1, 7-0, 3-0 and 4-1. Not only did the girls win every game, they won each game quite convincingly and thoroughly deserve the title of district champions. Well done everyone.

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    District 6-a-side Football – Year 10 Boys

    On Wednesday 24th September 2014, Mr Best and Mr Ellis hosted the Year 10 Boys district football. Our team finished in 8th position. The evening was very successful with all the teams from the other schools enjoying the evening’s football. All the games were very close with most games finishing 0-0 or with only 1 goal in it. Well done.

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