Charity begins at school for two young pupils at a Birmingham primary school after they organise a charity fundraiser for the local homeless.
A primary school in Garretts Green received encouragement and praise today following a visit from school inspectors Ofsted last month.
The home of the British Prime Minister regularly welcomes VIPs from around the world including royalty, presidents and celebrities. This week there were some very special guests as Theresa May invited a number of the country’s best teachers to a reception to ‘celebrate the outstanding work of teachers’.
With the prestigious FA Cup final eight nine days away at the home of football Wembley, pupils at a Knowle West primary school had a real treat after they won a visit from the trophy.
An Oasis Academy Immingham teacher who has already raised thousands for his local hospice is set to clock up the miles in a series of fundraising feats.
The generous students at Oasis Academy Coulsdon have again been busy fundraising for their latest charitable challenge - smashing their target along the way.
CVQO Chairman Lord Lingfield visited Oasis Academy Coulsdon recently to congratulate students there on successfully graduating from the charity’s Schools Partnership Programme.
Staff and students at an Isle of Sheppey secondary school are celebrating today after they received a prestigious prize from Arts Council England in recognition for their commitment to arts and cultural education.
Two students wrote their names into their school’s history book when they were selected as the first ever Head Girl and Head Boy of Oldham’s newest secondary school, Oasis Academy Leesbrook.
Oasis Academy Byron has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2017 based on data from the Department for Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT (the Schools, Students and Teachers network).
In their end of Key Stage 2 assessments last year, children at Oasis Academy Skinner Street made some of the best progress not only in Medway, but also in England.
Memories of religious education may conjure up images of quiet classrooms and old-fashioned textbooks, but students at a secondary school in Coulsdon have been enjoying RE lessons with a difference this week.
This month three members of Oasis Community Learning will tackle the London Marathon on behalf of Oasis Community Partnerships to raise money for Oasis’s transformational work across the country. Oasis Community Learning’s CEO John Murphy, Regional Director Philip Beaumont, and Oasis Academy South Bank’s Head of Drama Rhys King.
Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey students Lillie May Gammon and Archie Stewart met The Duke of Kent this week during a royal visit to the Dockyard Church Project.
Pupils at Oasis Academy Short Heath have received a very special visit from one of England’s brightest football prospects as a reward for their school team’s victorious football season.