We encourage all our students to take pride in their achievements and recognise their personal learning journey.
Statement for 2020/2021
Once again we have been beyond proud of our year 11 pupils in their achievements at GCSE, functional skills and vocational subjects. We are also really pleased that 90% of the pupils finishing this year have places at college or have one to one support in place for 2021/2022.
Statement for 2019/2020
During a difficult year we were really proud of our students’ achievements in GCSEs, functional skills and vocational subjects.
Olive Academy staff also worked hard to support our Year 11s in preparing for their next destinations, be it further education or training or apprenticeships. Of the 16 pupils in year 11, 80% had a college place or place on an alternative training scheme.
Statement for 2018/2019
63% of students at Olive AP Academy – Suffolk achieved both an English and a Maths GCSE. This is well above the national average (18.9%) for alternative provision schools and academies.
Mark Vickers, Executive Headteacher and CEO, Olive Academies said, “This is only the start of our journey and I expect considerable continued improvements. We are determined that every young person we work with gain the qualifications and grades they want and so urgently need to transform their lives.”
Note: In accordance with advice provided by the Information Commissioner’ Office, Olive AP Academy – Suffolk does not publish results or data regarding our KS2 cohort of pupils. Schools and academies are advised not to publish performance data about groups of around 10 pupils or fewer.
Inspiring, active purposeful learning. We offer a broad and ambitious curriculum delivered using project-based learning.
Careers and advice
How we prepare our students for successful transition from our academy to further study, college, apprenticeships and work.
Our Ofsted reports
Our latest Ofsted inspection reports will be published here as soon as they are available.