In February 2016 we moved onto a new multi-million pound site which is still expanding. Homed in this bright and beautiful purpose built school, we are proud to be helping our students and community reach their potential.
Oasis Academy Broadoak
Age 2 to 4 years
Age 4 to 10 years
Dear Parents, Children and Friends,
At Oasis Academy Broadoak children receive an excellent all round education and have the opportunity to develop the skills they need to be able to achieve to the best of their ability and to fulfill their wonderful potential.
We want our children to leave here with the skills, understanding and attitudes necessary to carry them through their teenage years and into adult life. We encourage them to challenge attitudes, be independent and active thinkers and to think about and act on the issues they see in the world around them.
Parents are their child’s first and most important teacher and we recognise and value the important part they play in your child’s education.
Welcome to our wonderful school community.
We are very proud that 89% of children at Broadoak have attended extra curricular clubs this year, ranging from card-making to Dodgeball
Our school is extremely successful in inter-school competitions, regularly reaching the finals in a multitude of sports. Over the last few years we have been Tameside winners and finalists in football, running, lacrosse and rounders to name a few.
We are part of the North region of academies within the Oasis family. Based in Manchester, Oldham, Bradfords, Salford, Sheffield, Scunthorpe and Grimsby we are a region of 17 academies both primary and secondary, lead by our Regional Directors Rachel Jones, Lynne Goodhand and Helen Arya. Prior to joining Oasis, Rachel was Director of Future Leaders-NCTL. In this role she led a team of National and Local Leaders of Education to provide training, mentoring and coaching to aspiring Primary and Secondary Headteachers, committed to leading schools and Academies in areas of disadvantage. Lynne has over twenty-five years of successful headship experience across six primaries within three local authorities and has been a School Improvement Partner. She has the Professional Qualification for School Inspection (PQSI), is a Local Leader of Education and a Pupil Premium Reviewer. Helen joined Oasis in 2011 as the Principal of Oasis Academy Limeside in Oldham, an outstanding converter academy. As the academy grew and became a National Teaching School in 2013, Helen took on the role of Executive Principal leading the academy into its second outstanding ofsted judgment as well as building a highly successful National Teaching School which holds a systems leadership position in the North West.
Within the North West we have the following academies:
- Oasis Academy Aspinal (primary)
- Oasis Academy Broadoak (primary)
- Oasis Academy Harpur Mount (primary)
- Oasis Academy Temple (primary)
- Oasis Academy Limeside (primary)
- Oasis Academy Lister Park (secondary)
- Oasis Academy Leesbrook (secondary)
- Oasis Acasemy Oldham (secondary)
- Oasis Academy MediaCityUK (secondary)
Within the North East we have the following academies:
- Oasis Academy Don Valley (all-through)
- Oasis Academy Fir Vale (primary)
- Oasis Academy Watermead (primary)
- Oasis Academy Parkwood (primary)
- Oasis Academy Henderson Avenue (primary)
- Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe (primary)
- Oasis Academy Immingham (secondary)
- Oasis Academy Wintringham (secondary)
It’s an exciting time at the Oasis Broadoak Academy Hub. We have established a Hub working party, who meet each Friday during a coffee morning to plan how we can develop our Hub. Collectively, we have researched what the local community want in their area and we are now working to enable them to get it.
We want to share our amazing facilities with the residents around Broadoak. We currently offer the use of the hall and purpose built community kitchen for hire. In the future we intend to be a popular birthday party location, have a timetable for fitness classes and hobbies as well as becoming the ‘go to’ location for help and advice.
We want to share our academy with the community. In the next academic year, we intend to create a community café which will also house a library and a play area for toddlers. We will be hosting classes for food hygiene and basic first aid. We have the facilities for allotments and the space for a community farm.
The ideas are endless and the sky is the limit.
If you wish to get involved in the Community Hub at Broadoak, please contact:
e-mail: [email protected]
Tel: 0161 330 3015