The academy is now a National Online Safety Certified School.
A monumental effort from both Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe and Wintringham in supporting local families this Christmas.
Pupils and staff have been involved in making the shoeboxes as part of the Samaritan's Purse Christmas appeal.
The academy's Christmas campaign called 1000 Miracles has been running for the last four consecutive years.
The hampers will be given to vulnerable families in the local Manchester area this Christmas.
The academy is creating their own style of the album 'Now That's What I Call Christmas' in a bid to lift spirits this festive season.
The money raised will be spent on gloves, hats, and coats for children in the local community.
The cards have been hand designed each with a personalised message by a large number of students.
The academy has raised over £380 for one charity enabling them to celebrate Christmas.
Oasis Academies across all regions took part in the festive fun, with some raising money for a great cause in the process.
Their original goal was to make 20 hampers, they're now aiming for 60 after the generous support from local businesses.
Our Oldham academy is delighted to welcome students and staff into the new permanent home, off Lees Road.
The academy has something planned for every pupil throughout the 14 days in December when pupils and staff are in the academy before Christmas.
Mission Zero - We've just switched to a 100% renewable energy plan for 41 of our academies across the country.
The group, called mums on a mission have nine school mums from the academy who have teamed up to help the local community.