Oasis Academy Brislington

Exec Principal, Ben Bond
Regional Director, Peter Knight

Hungerford Road

Phone:  0117 377 2055

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Exec Principal, Ben Bond
Regional Director, Peter Knight

Oasis Academy Brislington,
Hungerford Road,
Bristol, BS4 5EY

Telephone: 0117 377 2055         
Email: info@oasisbrislington.org
Website: www.oasisacademybrislington.org

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Oasis Academy Brislington is a secondary school situated in South Bristol. Serving the communities of Brislington, Stockwood, Knowle, Totterdown, St Anne’s and Broomhill, we are an all-inclusive academy serving children from Years 7 to 11.
Phase 2
Age 11 to 16 years


A Message From the Principal

A very warm welcome to Oasis Academy Brislington and thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We are an inclusive 11-16 community secondary school whose aim is to ensure 'Excellence as Standard' in everything we do. We want our students to become the very best version of themselves; my vision is to equip them with 'the confidence, knowledge and skills to stand as "first among equals". 

We offer the highest standards of teaching and learning, backed up by our outstanding '360 degrees of care' pastoral provision and work in partnership with parents and carers, to give every student the best possible chance of success. our message to our students is simple: Work Hard; Look Smart: Be Nice.

We are incredibly proud of our students and the wonderful people we see them blossom into throughout their time with us. We hope that this website is a reflection of that and what we can offer your children.

If you would like to visit, I would be delighted to show you round. Please contact my PA, Sue Brain on 0117 377 2055 to arrange.

Ben Bond,
Oasis Academy Brislington

Why Choose

Oasis Academy Brislington

Students are well cared for and looked after

One Vision

Teachers are dedicated to providing exceptional education

Careers Support

We offer a highly effective careers programme

Inclusive of All

We welcome students of all faiths and none


Our Region

We are part of the South West region of academies within the Oasis family. Based in Bristol and Trowbridge we are a region of 11 academies both primary and secondary, lead by our Principals and Regional Directors. 

In Bristol, we have:

  • Oasis Academy Bank Leaze (primary)
  • Oasis Academy Connaught (primary)
  • Oasis Academy Long Cross (primary)
  • Oasis Academy Marksbury Road (primary)
  • Oasis Academy New Oak (primary)
  • Oasis Academy Brightstowe (secondary)
  • Oasis Academy Brislington (secondary)
  • Oasis Academy John Williams (secondary)
  • Oasis Academy Daventry Road (secondary)
  • Oasis Academy Temple Quarter (secondary)

In Trowbridge, we also have Oasis Academy Longmeadow, a primary school. 

Our Community

At Oasis Hub: North Bristol, we aim to have the community at the heart of everything we do.

Oasis Academy Brightstowe is part of the Oasis Hub: North Bristol (OHNB). We are joined by Oasis Academy Bank Leaze and Oasis Academy Long Cross, serving the communities of Shirehampton, Lawrence Weston, Sea Mills and Avonmouth.

The Hub is run by Oasis Community Partnerships (OCP), a sister charity to Oasis Community Learning, and is therefore a charity in its own right. OCPs overarching aim is to transform the communities within which it works and to develop a sense of belonging within everyone involved.

Oasis Hub: North Bristol work to provide community services and activities to meet the needs of the local residents. The Hub is made up of the Oasis Academies, the Community Services Team and the Long Cross Children's Centre.

The Community Services Team focuses on the area of Lawrence Weston, with two of the key priorities being to build social capital across the community, and to develop business and enterprise projects with an aim to creating sustainable income and reducing reliance on grants. To achieve this it develops grassroots initiatives that empower local residents, through providing opportunities to develop new skills, leadership potential and positive life experiences.


Our projects include:

  • The Oasis Community Shop: located on Ridingleaze, Lawrence Weston. This is a community shop that runs arts and textile courses for the local community, student REAL projects and affordable second-hand toys and clothes.
  • Holiday Activities: a range of activities are run throughout all the Academy holidays. For more information, contact the Hub team at enquiries@oasisbrightstowe.org for the attention of the Hub Co-ordinator.
  • Counselling Service: based at Long Cross Children's Centre, the Counselling Service is accessible to all members of the community. Again you can contact the Hub team for more information.
  • Lawrence Weston Carnival: an annual community celebration held in June. We offer plenty of opportunity to get involved or join us to spectate on the day.
  • Oasis Grows: gardening and healthy eating porject that runs across the three Oasis Academies.
  • Family Support: the Hub oversees and supports the Family Support Team at Long Cross Children's Centre.

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