Students behave well and treat each other with respect - Ofsted 2018
Oasis Academy Enfield
Age 11 to 16 years
Age 16 to 18 years
It is a privilege to be the new Principal of Oasis Academy Enfield and to lead the vibrant and dynamic community of the academy to greater success. The academy was recognised as Good in its most recent OFSTED inspection this year and progress measures place the academy in the top 40% of schools nationally.
Whilst these are considerable achievements for the students, their families and our staff, it is my intention to work with the academy community to take us to Outstanding. The climate of change in education has to be understood fully by all, as exams become increasingly difficult for students, but it is our aim to ensure that all students approach exams confidently and with excitement. By securing the best possible results for all students, in the safest, most caring environment that we are able to provide, we not only put academic achievement at the heart of Oasis Academy Enfield but also developing the whole child, to be the very best that they can be.
Our students, your children, deserve the very best provision that we can afford them and it is my aim to nurture talent, offer support and give students a clear vision of what the future can hold for them. Together we can build upon the academy’s success so far to create an environment of which we can all be proud, that never loses sight of its core purpose of empowering young people in their journey towards adulthood.
Parents support this view and are happy with the progress their children are making - Ofsted June 2018
Outstanding Sixth Form University success, 98% of students go to university, 65% to Russel group and top third universities
Welcome to London and the South East (LSE). We are the largest region in Oasis with 14 academies, serving diverse and dynamic communities. Our academies provide education to 9546 students in early years, primary, secondary and sixth form.
We are very proud of our students’ achievements. During 2017-18, for the third consecutive year, academy improvements resulted in stronger outcomes across the region, at every phase. In particular, our youngest children in early years made a very promising start to Key Stage 1. Their achievement was well above the national average. At the same time, a high number of our sixth formers successfully gained places in further education, training or employment.
We are unquestionably stronger when we work together. Our regional development is underpinned by collective drive, ambition and high expectations. As a region our:
- Students are provided with opportunities to collaborate and succeed, beyond their immediate community. This year all LSE academies are participating in The Shakespeare Schools’ Festival (the world’s largest youth drama festival) and the LSE Regional Music Showcase.
- Leaders, teachers and support staff are part of the LSE professional learning community. This provides ongoing training and development through our regional improvement networks and support forums.
- Communities continue to be well supported by our Hubs and the work of Oasis Community Partnerships.
- Conference is always an annual highlight. This year we are focusing on Learning to Learn. We are delighted to be working Dr Daniel Muijs and Dr Christian Bokhove, both leading experts in this field, who will join us this year to share their knowledge and practical approaches.
In LSE we thrive on feedback, welcome new ideas and visitors to our academies. So do be in touch with [email protected] if you would like to make contact.
Oasis Academy Enfield is part of Oasis Community Hub: Enfield. As well as the Academy, the Hub runs a number of services for the community. By ensuring that all these services are joined up and rooted in same ethos we want to see the entire community transformed for the better.
What is happening at our Hub?
Oasis Hub: Enfield has a variety of services and programmes we would love to invite you to get involved in.
We host a coffee morning at the Hub space for our community members to come, have a cup of coffee, meet with their neighbours and even get involved in some planned activities.