In the first year following the A level reforms, Oasis Community Learning’s results have once again improved upon the previous year’s results. This will be the fourth year in a row.
Sixth-form students from across the Oasis family were celebrating on the 16th August as they opened their envelopes to receive their final grades for A level and vocational qualifications.
As a trust Oasis has achieved its best ever A*-C grades. With vocational qualifications also achieving national standards.
There has been a particular growth in achievement in London based academies as Oasis Academy Enfield’s students receiving a A*-C grade or higher jumped from 48% to 63%, Oasis Academy Hadley from 61% to 77% and Oasis Academy Shirley Park from 76% to 77%.
“The entire family at Oasis Community Learning has an unwavering commitment to achieving one overarching aim; to give every one of our young people an exceptional education that will enable them to fulfil their full potential,” says CEO of OCL, John Murphy.
“We are very proud of all of our students who are receiving their results at the five academies within our family that offer sixth-form academic and vocational qualifications. They leave us with the skills, knowledge and understanding that they need to take their next steps with confidence, having made great progress.”
“The final results of our sixth-form students are a testament to the hard work our students have put into their education, their educational partnerships with their teachers, and support from their friends and family. I am grateful to them all.”
Many of our students have achieved superb individual results, and are eager to continue onto the next stages of their journey.
In Kent at Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey, Chandler Bond picked up two As and a B and will be going onto study Photography at the University of Creative Arts, whilst Jodie Chopping will be studying Performing Arts at the University of Kent having achieved three Distinctions. Ana Ferreira, also going on to the University of Kent, will be studying Psychology after having achieved an A and two Bs. Chloe Forster has decided to continue her journey within our family and is going onto do a finance apprenticeship at the academy.
In Enfield, Oasis Academy Hadley achieved their best every results this year. The academy is delighted to see 98% of students going onto higher education, with 64% of students going to a Russell Group and top third university. Jake Jenkins received three As and has secured a place at Nottingham University to study Psychology. Other students are going onto study at Queen Mary University of London, University College London, the University of Bath and the University of Sussex to name some.
There were smiles all round at Oasis Academy Shirley Park in Croydon as the academy celebrated a 99% pass rate in qualifications. Head Boy Tariq Brown secured ABC and is going to be the first student at the academy to attend Loughborough University, where he will study Sport. Merade Headley will be going onto the University of Sussex to study History and Politics with her fantastic results of one A and two Bs. High flyers Zyenep Kurum and Georgia Walters will be off to study at UCL and the University of Sussex after achieving A*A*B and A*A*A respectively.
In Bradford, at Oasis Academy Lister Park Ahmad Dar broke an academy record and has secured himself a place at Bradford University to study Biomedical Engineering. Mohammed Abbas Miah, BBB, Hassan Awan, BBC and Ayaaz Ashraf BB, are excited to be going to Bradford to study Optometry. Areeba Hussain was delighted to secure a place at Leeds Beckett to study Architecture after achieving a range of strong grades across her subjects, with particular success in Business where she achieved a Level 3 Distinction.