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          School Closure Update - 08.06.2020

          Dear Parents and Carers RE: Birmingham Ormiston Academy reopening to larger cohorts of students in Years 10 and 12 Click 'Read More' for full story
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          Year 10 Option Choices

          To all future year 10 students joining us in September 2020, The deadline for your option choices is Friday 15th May. Please return your forms using the link provided in your options letter, by email options@boa-academy.co.uk or by post. We are looking forward to welcoming you to BOA.
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          Update to BTEC Assessment Arrangements

          ** CONTENT UPDATED 18.05.2020** Both Ofqual and Pearson have now provided instructions as to how vocational grades should be awarded this summer. To read our important update please follow the link below.

          Update to Examination Arrangements

          ** UPDATED CONTENT 03.04.2020 ** Please Click 'Read More' below to view the latest information provided by the Government regarding the Examination Arrangements due to COVID-19.
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          Remote Learning

          ** CONTENT UPDATED 30.03.2020 ** Dear parent/carer, As you will no doubt be aware, the government has instructed all schools to close with immediate effect. To ensure our students are disadvantaged as little as possible by this disruption we are now activating our remote learning policy. The details of which can be found in the parents area of our website.
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          Alumni News

          Mahalia Burkmar is nominated for Female Solo Artist - Brit Awards 2020

          Harry Kirton plays the role of Finn Shelby in ‘Peaky Blinders’, which won the award for ‘Best drama’ at the NTA 2020.

          Kuba Sprenger played role of ‘Ike Alterman’. Link to IMDB: //www.imdb.com/name/nm10837896/

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          Joshua was a student on the Musical Theatre pathway at BOA from 2012-2014. Upon completion of his studies at BOA Joshua was awarded the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship to study Musical Theatre at the Guildford School of Acting.

          In 2014, 8 students from the BOA Musical Theatre and Acting pathways also successfully gained places to train at the Guilford School of Acting.

          Joshua has performed in:
          Motel in Fiddler on the Roof (West End & Menier Chocolate Factory); Curly in Oklahoma! (Gordon Craig Theatre); Paul McCartney in Cilla (UK Tour, Bill Kenwright Ltd); Lesser Weasel and Cover Mole in The Wind in the Willows (London Palladium); Adam in Invision (Rehearsed reading, Cornay Denman Productions

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          Mahalia Burkmar

          Mahalia Burkmar, who studied on the Dance pathway at BOA from 2014 - 2016 has recently released her new single 'Sober'. Mahalia is signed to Asylum Records and is currently touring the UK and Europe.

          We wish Mahalia all the best and be sure to show your support by visiting her website and checking out her new music video below!

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          Ricardo Vina

          Ricardo Vina graduated BOA Broadcast with D*D*D* in 2018.

          He went on to study Motion Graphics & Titles at the National Film & Television School. After graduating in 2019 he is now employed by ITV as a Daytime Motion Graphics Designer.

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          Will began his apprenticeship with ITV in September 2016 after leaving BOA’s Broadcast pathway with a D*D*D* grade. As this was the only apprenticeship available at ITV, the competition was high but William’s experience and knowledge of the broadcast industry allowed him to succeed and he began working at the London studios.

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