Oasis students’ A-level results improve by a full grade in just one year

Vocational and Academic results improve across Oasis Community Learning

Sixth-form students across Oasis Community Learning (OCL) are looking forward to taking their next steps today after their results marked a significant improvement in attainment across the group of academies. 

Over the last academic year, students’ final grades at A-level have improved on average by an entire grade.

“The entire Oasis Community Learning family is committed to achieving one overarching aim; to give every one of our young people an exceptional education that will enable them to fulfil their full potential,” says CEO of OCL, John Murphy.

“We are very proud of all of our students who are receiving their results today at our five academies that offer sixth-form academic and vocational qualifications.  They leave us with the grades and skills that they need to take their next steps with confidence, having made great progress.”    

“The final results of our sixth-form students are the culmination of their hard work, the support of their families, and the dedication and expertise of our teachers not only at sixth-form, but throughout their schooling.  I am grateful to them all.”

At each academy, many students have achieved superb individual results. 

At Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey in Kent, the students achieved their school’s best ever results.  Emily Pickett was the highest achieving student, gaining A* grades in Psychology, and Sociology, and a B grade in Biology and AS Maths.  She is off to the University of Bath to study Psychology.  Thomas Carey, who achieved 3 A grades in BTEC Engineering is off to Coventry University to study Mechanical Engineering.

In Enfield, Oasis Academy Enfield has more students getting 3 A-levels, and the average BTEC grade is a Distinction*.  Harry secured A, B and C in his A-levels and will be reading Economics at Southampton University, while Shiahan secured 3 A’s at A-Level and will now be attending Manchester University in the autumn.  Shanna-Kaye and Kane have both received Distinction*s across all three of their subjects and will be studying at Coventry University and University of Leeds respectively.

At Oasis Academy Hadley, Berfin Kolumnan is off to the University of Nottingham to read Psychology are receiving 4 As, while Ali Koskiran is going to study Computer Science at the University of Leicester after receiving Distiction* in Double Applied ICT and an A in Finance A-level.  Husseyin Yildiz will not be far away in the Midlands as he will be reading Biomedical Science at Warwick after an A in Maths and Biology, and an B in Chemistry A-level.

In Croydon, many students at Oasis Academy Shirley Park are going on to university.  Natalia Wojciak was the highest achieving student, gaining an A* and two A grades in Maths, Further Maths and Chemistry and is now heading for Newcastle University to study Computer Science. Talal Nawab will be the first student to study Medicine from the Academy’s 6th form, heading for the University of East Anglia and Jamie Snadden with an A*, A and B grade will be studying Law at the highly prestigious Exeter University.

In Bradford, at Oasis Academy Lister Park, academic grades continue to improve on previous years and are in line with National Average. BTEC results have been the highest ever: 10 points higher than the National Average.  Nanja Stala received an A* in English Literature, a B in RE, and a C in History, and will now be attending York University to read English and Politics. Fateha Ali has secured an A in RE, a B in Chemistry and a C in Biology and will be going to Liverpool to study Orthopaedics. Saqib Yasin has terrific results - a Distinction* in Business, IT and Health and Social Care B Techs and will be studying Computer Animation at Bradford University.