• Open Event – 27th September 2018

    Parents of children due to join in 2018, come and see us! No need to book. Just turn up!

  • Bugsy Malone Banner

    Snaps from our recent Bugsy Malone Performance!

  • Ofsted Inspection Result

    Click the banner to read more about our recent Ofsted inspection!

  • GCSE Results 2016

    Tenbury High Ormiston Academy Celebrates “Superb” GCSE Results!

  • Mistletoe – Tenbury Pump Room Projections

    An inspiring light show!

  • Welcome to THOA

    Welcome to the Tenbury High Ormiston Academy website!

  • Student writing

    Welcome to the Tenbury High Ormiston Academy website

  • Canoeing

    Come in number 8, your time is up!


Tenbury High Ormiston Academy is situated in the market town of Tenbury Wells in North-West Worcestershire. It is an 11–16 mixed academy (state school) and specialist Science and Mathematics college with approximately 360 pupils on roll.

Our ethos is simple: high achievement, outstanding care.

Welcome to our website and thank you for taking the time to find out more about our wonderful academy.  This website can only give you a small flavour of what we do and have to offer, so please do not hesitate to contact the school to arrange a visit.

Our staff and students are driven by and fully committed to our vision of high achievement and outstanding care. In our small school, pupils benefit hugely from a personalised approach. Staff are interested in really getting to know your child and ensuring that we provide the very best opportunities and allow students the freedom to thrive during their time here.

Come and see what we have to offer, meet our students, meet the staff and find out what makes our school such an amazing place.

Vicki Dean
Head of Academy

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Pigeons in progress in the Art room yesterday as Year 8 Gold and Jade worked with potter Fleen Doran on clay sculptures recognising the importance of the birds as messengers in WW1. Many of the children chose to hide codes, words and the names of Tenbury soldiers lost in WW1 in commemoration. Blues and Reds did the same today. Well done everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 10 coped admirably with the British weather on their geography field trip to Carding Mill Valley today. Despite the rain in the morning and the wind in the afternoon, they maintained good spirits as they collected data on how Ash Brook changes as you go downstream. Well done to the Y10 geographers. Thank you also to the staff who accompanied the group. ... See MoreSee Less

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