Oasis Academy Woodview

Executive Principal, Emma Johnson

Woodview Drive
Edgbaston
B15 2HU

Phone: 0121 440 4202

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Executive Principal, Emma Johnson

Woodview Drive
Edgbaston
B15 2HU

Phone: 0121 440 4202
Email: office@oasiswoodview.org
Website: www.oasisacademywoodview.org

Academy Contacts

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Bethan Shipway
Phone: 0121 440 4202
Email: Bethan.shipway@oasiswoodview.org

SEN Co-ordinator

Mrs B Shipway
Phone: 0121 440 4202
Email: office@oasiswoodview.org FAO SENDCo

Academy Council Chair

Miss M Bansi
Phone:  0121 440 4202
Email: office@oasiswoodview.org FAO Academy Council

School Slideshow

We are an inclusive academy for children aged between 4 and 11 years old, committing to delivering first class-education and playing an active role in the local community.
Phase 1
Age 4 to 10 years

 

A Message From the Principal

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Welcome to Oasis Academy Woodview. We are a vibrant and friendly Academy located close to Birmingham City Centre. Our website is designed to give you an overview of Oasis Academy Woodview, additional practical information about the Academy, as well as new updates and event information.   If you haven’t already done so, we would like to extend a warm invitation for you to come and visit us at Woodview for a tour of the Academy, so you can experience all of the wonderful learning opportunities we provide for our pupils, and we can answer any questions you may have.  

At Oasis Academy Woodview, we pride ourselves on providing a safe, stimulating and enriching environment that enables all members of the Academy community to achieve their very best.  We encourage our children to develop skills and interests that develop them as people but also equip them with the skills they need in later life.  All members of the Academy community are valued and help contribute towards this vision.  Our partnership with you as parents is one of the most important elements in achieving this- by working together, communicating effectively and supporting each other, we can truly achieve the best possible outcomes for our pupils.

We very much value the place of the Academy in the heart of the community at Oasis Woodview, and work closely with local community groups and organisations to help improve outcomes for the whole community. We all very much look forward to getting to know you and to working with you. A very warm welcome to Oasis Academy Woodview.

Best wishes

Emma Johnson

Executive Principal

"We warmly welcome you to Oasis Academy Woodview."

Why Choose

Oasis Academy Woodview
Supportive and inclusive

We are an inclusive of all academy dedicated to making our young people and community feel supported in their journeys

Good School

We an Ofsted rated 'Good' school

Opportunities above

We offer our young people a rich and rewarding extra curricular life, building strong partnerships across Birmingham

Recommended

95% of our parents say their child is safe, happy and well taught

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

Oasis Academy Woodview is part of Oasis Hub: Woodview. We want to see the entire community thriving and transformed for the better. 

Coffee Mornings

Why not come along to one of our weekly Coffee Mornings?  These are on Thursdays at 09.00. They are an opportunity to meet with other parents and members of Academy staff to discuss issues and offer support.  We have a regular supply of invited guests, such as Community Centre representatives, our School Nurse, Police Community Support Officers and the Citizen's Advice Bureau to help give you support and information.  Plus you get tea and biscuits of course! 

Local Partners

We work very closely with Edgbaston Community Centre, a community resource adjacent to the Academy.  The Community Centre provides a range of activities and services such as advice surgeries, support groups and recreational and health-related activities.  

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