Of our Academies that have been inspected, we are pleased to report that 79% have been judged to be 'Good' or 'Outstanding'.
Where teaching is strong, disadvantaged pupils make progress in line with that of other pupils and this progress compares favourably with that of other pupils nationally.
Oasis Academy John Williams, 'Good', Ofsted, September 2017, short inspection
Learning is outstanding because of the high degree of consistently good teaching and assessment, and the relentless focus on language acquisition, which result in strong progress by all groups of pupils.
Oasis Academy Watermead, 'Outstanding', Ofsted, July 2017, not previously inspected
Outcomes are outstanding because leaders have ensured that all groups of pupils make rapid progress and no time is wasted. Good teaching, a suitably broad curriculum and pupils' very positive attitudes to learning contribute to pupils' strong progress from their starting points.
Oasis Academy Silvertown, 'Good' with Outstanding Features, Ofsted, May 2017, not previously inspected
Standards are rising rapidly. In 2016, pupils achieved above national averages for attainment and progress at the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics in key stage 1, a significant improvement on the previous year. Key stage 2 outcomes also showed substantial improvement.
Oasis Academy Ryelands, 'Good' with Outstanding Features, Ofsted, April 2017, not previously inspected as an Oasis Academy
Staff teach and model the nine ‘Oasis habits’ to ensure that they are ingrained in every aspect of school life. This helps pupils to be ‘the very best version of who they can be’.
Oasis Academy Aspinal, 'Good' with Outstanding in Early Years Provision, Ofsted, April 2017, previously Requires Improvement
Leaders and governors have an accurate view of the school’s performance. Leaders who are very new to the school have quickly made successful refinements to the school’s systems and processes. The school is outstanding and improving rapidly.
Oasis Academy Silvertown, 'Good' with Outstanding Features, Ofsted, May 2017, not previously inspected as an Oasis Academy
The inspirational leadership of the principal has been fundamental in establishing a school where pupils thrive, both socially and academically. Pupils’ outcomes have risen significantly each year since the school opened as an academy.
Oasis Academy Foundry, ‘Good’, Ofsted, November 2016, not previously inspected as an Oasis Academy
Since joining the Oasis Academy Trust, leaders have driven improvements. The new principal has quickly established positive relationships with staff. This has ensured that high expectations for pupils are a shared vision for the school.
Oasis Academy Pinewood, ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ features, October 2016, not previously inspected as an Oasis Academy
Since the opening of the school, senior leaders have taken rapid action to improve the quality of education provided for pupils. Pupils’ attainment has risen considerably and continues to rise for current pupils in the school.
Oasis Academy Long Cross, ‘Good’, September 2016, not previously inspected as an Oasis Academy
The principal was born and raised in the local community and is a former pupil of the school. She has personally experienced the power education has to raise aspirations and transform lives and is passionate about extending that opportunity to every child at the school.
Oasis Academy Parkwood, ‘Good’, June 2016, previously Requires Improvement
All groups of pupils make good progress from their starting points, including pupils who have a special educational need or disability, the most able, and pupils who are disadvantaged. Pupils in Year 6 have made exceptional progress during the last year to make up lost ground.
Oasis Academy Skinner Street, ‘Good’, June 2016, previously Inadequate
The welfare of pupils, many of whom face challenging circumstances in their lives, is very well managed and is very effective at meeting their individual needs.
Oasis Academy Bank Leaze, Good with Outstanding features, June 2016, previously Requires Improvement
Middle leaders are being developed further through shared work and training in partnership with the Oasis Community Learning Trust (OCL), other schools linked to OCL, local teaching schools and the local authority.
Oasis Academy MediaCityUK, ‘Good’, June 2016, previously Inadequate
Oasis Community Learning Trust, governors and the principal share a common, high level of ambition for pupils to thrive in the school. The trust and governors want the best for the pupils in the school. They pursue their goal with determination.
Oasis Academy Immingham, Good, May 2016, previously Requires Improvement
The Oasis Community Learning Trust and the school council have successfully challenged leaders to raise the quality of teaching and learning, and hold them to account for further improvements.
Oasis Academy Mayfield, Good, May 2016, previously Requires Improvement
The Academy Council and the Oasis Trust have a clear understanding of the academy’s strengths and areas that need improvement. They provide strong support for the academy leaders but also challenge them to improve the academy further.
Oasis Academy Lord's Hill, Good, April 2016, previously Requires Improvement
The Principal, other leaders, the Academy Council and Oasis Community Learning Board are passionate about students achieving very well.
Oasis Academy South Bank, Outstanding, June 2015
A strong working partnership between the academy trust and the academy’s governors, the academy council, means that governance provides a good balance between rigorous challenge and effective support to staff.
Oasis Academy Warndon, Good, May 2015