APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN IN OCTOBER 2019 FOR SEPTEMBER 2020
Open days take place in October and January. check back here for details
Birmingham Ormiston Academy is committed to providing high quality and distinctive education, to see what makes us different come along to our open week morning tours or our open evenings for key stage 4 or post-16.
There are currently no upcoming Open Days.
Submit Application by 31 January 2020
If successful, you will be invited to a practical workshop / aptitude test and discussion.
Aptitude workshops will take place in February and March.
Confirmation of places will follow in April.
In September 2011 the Government introduced a Bursary Fund providing support to young people from less advantaged backgrounds, living in England, to meet the cost of participating in post 16 education and training.
If you are living in care, a care leaver, receiving income support or are disabled in receipt of Employment Support Allowance and also in receipt of Disability Living Allowance you will be eligible to receive a Bursary of £1,200 a year
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
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!
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.