Oasis Academy Warndon

Principal, Emily Hobson

Edgeworth Close
Worcestershire
WR4 9PE

Phone: 01905 453530

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Principal, Emily Hobson

Edgeworth Close,
Warndon,
Worcester
WR4 9PE

Phone: 01905 45 35 30
Email: Admin@oasiswarndon.org
Website: www.oasisacademywarndon.org

Academy Contacts

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Audra Burton
Phone: 01905 45 35 30
Email: audra.burton@oasiswarndon.org

SEN Co-ordinator

Suzanne Tilley (Assistant Principal)
Phone: 01905 45 35 30
 

Academy Council Chair

Stevey Culey
Phone: 01905 45 35 30
 

School Slideshow

Oasis Academy Warndon is a primary school situated on the periphery of Worcester City and serves the community of Warndon and the surrounding area. We are an inclusive academy for children aged between 2 and 11, committed to delivering first class-education and playing an active role in the local community.
Nursery
Age 2 to 4 years
Phase 1
Age 4 to 10 years

 

A Message From the Principal

A warm welcome to Oasis Academy Warndon, an academy where children thrive and excel through nurturing happy hearts, developing and encouraging enquiring minds and providing strong foundations for promising futures.

The adults and children at our academy know we have something very special here. Throughout the academy there is an immediate ethos of warmth and care in relationships we share, which makes our academy and our children's experiences unique and memorable.

Our unrelenting focus on excellent teaching to ensure everyone has access to all future possibilities, is balanced with a real-life, skill-based curriculum. Our progress measures in 2015 were above or well above the national averages and we significantly exceeded the national average for writing and maths in 2016. A bespoke, skill-based curriculum means our children also develop the characteristics important for a successful career. We do this by focusing on collaboration, problem solving, innovation and several other character traits and skills. This means our children are ready for whatever their next step is and strive to reach their potential: ready for whatever the future has to offer them. 

"Children are happy, settled and make good progress." (Ofsted, 2015)

Why Choose

Oasis Academy Warndon
 
Quality Care

'Good quality care pervades all aspects of the school's life and work' (Ofsted, 2016) 

Progress 8: +0.32

Our students achieve a 1/3 of a grade higher in their GCSEs than other schools nationally

Strong Provision

‘Provision in the early years and key stages 1 and 2 is a particular strength’ (Ofsted, 2016)

94%

Outstanding Sixth Form University success, 94% of students go to university, 46% to Russell group and top third universities

Prospectus

Our Region

We are part of the Midlands region of academies within the Oasis family. Based in Birmingham and Worcestershire we are a region of 8 primary academies, lead by Paul Tarry our Regional Director. Paul joined the Oasis family of Academies in 2013 as Principal of Oasis Academy Hobmoor. During his time as Leader at Hobmoor he also worked as an Executive Principal and Lead Principal for Oasis. Paul took on the role of Regional Director in the Midlands in January 2018.

In Birmingham, we have:

  • Oasis Academy Blakenhale Infants
  • Oasis Academy Blakenhale Junior
  • Oasis Academy Boulton
  • Oasis Academy Foundry
  • Oasis Academy Hobmoor
  • Oasis Academy Short Heath
  • Oasis Academy Woodview

In Worcester, we have Oasis Academy Warndon. 

Our Community

The exceptional education we offer is a starting point for providing so much more within our Hubs and communities. We believe that this wider inclusive experience is not only an important feature of our Academies, it is the unique selling point of Oasis Community Learning. The purpose of the 'Hub' is to serve the whole person and the whole community. A whole person is someone who is flourishing: socially, physically, emotionally, spiritually, educationally, environmentally and morally. 

Our vision is encapsulated by the following five statements:

  • a passion to include everyone 
  • a desire to treat everyone equally, respecting differences 
  • a commitment to healthy and open relationships 
  • a deep sense of hope that things can change and be transformed 
  • a sense of perseverance to keep going for the long haul 

On Wednesday 24th January 2018 The Mayor of Worcester, Mayoress of Worcester and Local Councillor cut the ribbon and officially opened the doors to our Community Hub. As many of us are aware what once was the caretakers bungalow has now been transformed into a beautiful hub which can be enjoyed by whole local community. 

If you wish to visit the transformation from start to finish in the eyes of our students please visit https://oasiswarndoncommunityhub.wordpress.com/

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