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Start of term arrangements

The new term starts on Monday 8th September 2014

Year 7 pupils will start school at 8.45am and should go straight to the dining room. There will be staff present at the main entrance to point them in the right direction.

All other pupils should come to school for 11.30am and go straight to their College rooms for registration with their progress tutor.

Summer 2014 Examination Results

A Level Results - Thursday 14 August 2014

  • Year 13 - 9am to 12 noon - Report to 6th Form Atrium

AS Level Results – Thursday 14 August 2014

  • Year 12 - 1pm to 3pm - Report to 6th Form Atrium

GCSE Results – Thursday 21 August 2014

  • Year 11 - 10am to 12 noon - Report to main school Dining Room
  • Year 11 - 6th Form Registration - 10am to 12 noon - Report to main school Hall
  • Year 10 - 1pm - 2pm - Report to main school reception


Please note that NO results will be given over the telephone.


Ormskirk School is officially supporting Project Perú!

Ormskirk School students are currently fundraising to raise money for a fantastic charity based in Lima, Peru. Project Perú is a registered charity and aims to provide food, education and shelter for underprivileged children in one of the desert shanty towns in the north of the city. For more information please visit the Project Perú website

Please follow the link below to watch a documentary on the work of Project Perú:

100% of all funds raised will go to support 3 special projects:

Brunel CollegeRedgrave College

Project 1

Brunel & Redgrave Colleges

  • Provide an education for 3 children for one year including uniform and other associated costs.

Gates CollegePicasso College

Project 2

Gates & Picasso colleges

  • Provide funds to build a playground within the Project Perú complex.

Keats collegeMandela College

Project 3

Keats & Mandela Colleges

  • The building of a house in the shanty town for a family.
Sixth Form

Sixth Form

  • Money raised will fund at least two washing machines for the project.

Project Fundraising

Parental Dontations : £ 300

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donate sgParents can donate via our School Gateway online payments system. If you are already registered simply log in and choose the Project Peru payment. You may need to select the radio button to pay into the School Fund account, then select the Project Peru payment request. The minimum donation amount is £10. If you have never registered for online payments, click here to find out more.


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