The academy was shortlisted and in early November received a letter of congratulations.
Oasis Community Learning recognises its responsibility as an education provider to protect the environment for current and future generations. We are on a journey to becoming Net Zero. This is being moved forward by several initiatives happening across the trust as a whole and within individual academies.
Our Solar Panel Project
As our continued plan to go carbon neutral across our academies, we are proud to have partnered with Eden Sustainable to add solar power panels across an initial fourteen school sites.
Eden is a rooftop solar specialist which invests in projects across organisations such as schools and businesses, and is committed to developing, investing in, and operating sustainable renewable energy assets that perform effectively over the long-term. Eden is also part of a broader group which includes social housing and sustainable tourism and the Pickwell Foundation, which makes donations to Climate Change and People Displacement causes globally.
We are proud to be partnered with Eden Sustainable to add solar panels across a number of our academies.
The initial fourteen academies in this project are; Oasis Academy Connaught, Henderson Avenue, Immingham, Isle of Sheppey Minster, Isle of Sheppey Sheerness, John Williams, Lister Park, MediaCityUK, New Oak, Parkwood, Short Heath, Wintringham, Byron, and Woodview.
Youngsters from Oasis Academy Connaught have been doing their bit following COP26 by planting 25 trees around their school.
The academy has partnered with OAK Garden who exist to provide resources to give schools a head start in supporting zero carbon.