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VIP shares careers' advice with Shirley Park students

Students at Oasis Academy Shirley Park were honoured to welcome Antonia Romeo, Permanent Secretary from the Department of International Trade, to showcase the school’s careers’ provision, and hear from their special guest about her career choices. 

New Community Hub

The weather was not ideal but it did not dampen spirits at the opening of the Oasis Warndon Community Hub at Oasis Academy Warndon.

 

Southampton conference on homelessness

This week more than 70 people were brought together by Oasis’s community champion in Southampton, Paul Woodman, to discuss rough sleeping and homelessness in a conference entitled, ‘Beds, begging and business’. 

Oasis announces new regional leaders

Oasis Community Learning has announced the appointment of three new senior leaders to provide additional leadership capacity in three of the four regions it works in. 

Scunthorpe pupils are award-winning readers

Every primary school across the country has a focus on developing their pupils’ interest in reading; however, one Scunthorpe academy’s great passion for books was celebrated today with a special award. 

Oasis Academy Parkwood on Plymouth Road, Scunthorpe, has received the Silver One Education Reading Award in recognition of the school’s achievements in reading, presented in a special assembly by local MP, Nic Dakin.  

Oasis National Student Awards 2017 – Generation Celebration

More than 700 children and young people from over forty Oasis academies across the UK converged at a special awards ceremony in Birmingham today, to celebrate outstanding individual achievements. Rugby World Cup winner and England Star, Matt Dawson, hosted the Oasis Community Learning National Student Awards 2017 at the Birmingham ICC. 

Mini Police spread Christmas cheer in their community

In partnership with Avon and Somerset Police, Oasis Academy Connaught’s Mini Police cadets spread some festive cheer in their community last week, when they visited the residents of Southlands Residential Home in Knowle to sing Christmas carols.