We value and show appreciation for each other and our environment
Oasis Academy MediaCityUK
Age 11 to 16 years
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Oasis Academy MediaCityUK. We are very proud to be recognised as a ‘Good’ school on our journey to ‘Outstanding’. Oasis Academy MediaCityUK is a member of a large and successful multi academy trust Oasis Community Learning www.oasiscommunitylearning.org with 52 academies nationally, 10 international hubs across the world and a growing reputation for delivering exceptional education at the heart of the community.
Our students benefit from the skill and commitment from our talented and enthusiastic teaching and support staff who are dedicated to ensuring that every student is known and well cared for as an individual, so that they can thrive and grow in confidence in the belief that they can succeed.
Our students are extremely fortunate to benefit from learning in our £25million building equipped with state of the art facilities, as well as a range of inspiring enrichment activities delivered in collaboration with our community partners. Our community hub provides activities and events in evenings, weekends and school holidays for students, parents and community members.
We are proud to welcome all visitors, potential new students, parents and carers to the academy to demonstrate how we ensure all our young people are equipped with the skills, abilities and qualifications to pursue a fulfilling career and become responsible, respectful global citizens.
I strongly encourage you to visit the academy to find out why Oasis Academy MediaCityUK is so special and why our staff and students are so happy and proud to be part of a very successful school.
Principal Oasis Academy MediaCityUK
We believe we can make a positive difference to our own and others’ lives
We inspire each other to exceed expectations and be the best versions of ourselves
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 Jane Hughes, Lynne Goodhand and Helen Arya. Jane has twenty-five years' experience teaching and leading in mainstream and special schools. Before joining Oasis, she was Headteacher of an over-subscribed all-age special school for children with complex needs and moderate learning difficulties.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)
At Oasis we recognise that people are not two-dimensional beings; we are each a whole person with a broad range of aspirations and needs and these needs are interconnected. To truly help someone with their educational needs, it is vital to also be aware of their emotional needs, spiritual needs and economic needs.
As such, we believe in communities that are holistic, interconnected and totally inclusive. We call our model for these communities ‘hubs’.
Oasis Academy MediaCityUK is part of Oasis Hub MediaCityUK. 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 the same ethos we want to see the entire community transformed for the better.
This page contains updates about what is happening around the life of the MediaCityUK hub.
Introducing Talk English Cafe!
We are excited to announce Talk English Café! The aim of ‘Talk English Café’ is to provide a safe space for local people who want to practice communicating English with others. This project is open to all people where English is an additional language and we are particularly looking for volunteers who are dual lingual and would like to offer their support.
Every Friday 10am – 11am
At Oasis Academy MediaCityUK, King William Street, Salford Quays, M50 3UQ
If you would like to find out more information please email Adam.Webster@oasismediacityuk.org
Playspace: Parent and Toddler Group
Make new friends & enjoy a chat while little ones play. Enjoy crafts and singing together!
The group meet on Thursdays 9.30-11am at the academy, and costs £1 per family. This includes refreshments for adults and for children.
For more information please email Adam.Webster@oasismediacityuk.org.
The Youth Team was established in October 2010 working in partnership with local organisations to provide quality care for the community, specifically young people. The team is based in the Academy in the Community Hub Office.
What do we do?
We work to transform individuals and communities by promoting the personal, educational and social development of young people. The Youth and Community Team have partnered up with Salford Integrated Youth Support Service to provide high quality youth work in a number of different forms, including drop-in sessions, holiday activities, sports and the opportunity to be a part of specific projects.
Our youth programme engages with young people through various activities to encourage social, moral and general wellbeing. We aim to empower young people, raise self-esteem and aspirations as well as providing a fun, safe environment for young people to come to be with friends and make new friends.
We are hoping to extend our youth activities to provide open access provision during the week in an evening and during school holidays.