Oasis Academy Foundry will remain an Inclusion Quality Mark Centre of Excellence following a visit from an independent adjudicator, whose report is full of praise for the Academy’s deep commitment to supporting each child and family in their community
There are loud and colourful celebrations in Salford this afternoon as a new community hub and church space opens its doors for the first time.
Parents and pupils at Oasis Academy Fir Vale in Sheffield are doing their bit to keep healthy and encourage their community to be healthier too!
Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill has won a prestigious award in recognition of its commitment to equality. The award pays tribute to schools proud to go the extra mile in demonstrating compliance with the Equality Act 2010.
Students of Oasis Academy MediaCityUK supported the Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham, to launch a report on air pollution.
Pupils, parents and staff at one of Sheffield’s newest schools are celebrating today as school inspectors Ofsted publish a hugely positive report following an inspection last month.
Pupils at Oasis Academy Long Cross in Bristol had a chance to admire their handiwork today when they saw a Feathers McGraw statue they have decorated for the Wallace and Gromit Appeal for the first time.
The Department for Education have released this year’s key stage 2 results in reading, writing and maths, with excellent results for Oasis Community Learning (Oasis) academies around the country.
The children at a primary school in Oldham are enjoying classes with a difference today as twenty-three new classmates travelled over five and a half thousand miles to join them for lessons.
The hard work and commitment of staff and pupils at a school in Croydon to embed inclusion into everything that they do has been recognised with the achievement of the Inclusion Quality Mark.
Staff and students at a secondary in Enfield are celebrating today as school inspectors Ofsted find the quality of education at the school to be ‘Good.’
The independent National Centre for Diversity has recognised a primary school in Sheffield for their steadfast commitment to diversity and equality for pupils and staff.
Oasis Community Learning's CEO, John Murphy, will be running the Richmond Marathon to raise funds towards a new and exciting piece of sensory equipment for Bristol’s Oasis Academy Long Cross specialist resource base.
Experts on inclusion have lavished a school in Waterloo with praise for their integrated work with all pupils, and commended for their efforts to share best practice with other local schools.
Half term holidays are usually a chance for young people and teachers to enjoy some well-deserved time away from the classroom, spent relaxing at home or at doing fun activities. For one student from Coulsdon, events conspired to make it a little more dramatic.