Some of the key findings from our report stated:
The trust and school leaders keep the community at the heart of the school’s work.
Pupils at Oasis Academy Woodview enjoy school. Pupils talk with pride and affection about the staff and benefit from positive and respectful relationships with them. Pupils say that ‘teachers are amazing’. Pupils have positive attitudes to learning.
The principal understands the strengths of the school. He has developed appropriate plans that focus well on the actions needed to make further improvements to the quality of education, and started to put these plans into place.
Leaders are ambitious for all pupils to achieve well, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
The ambitious curriculum is underpinned by the trust’s core values of character, competence and community. It is organised to build pupils’ knowledge and understanding over time.
Pupils benefit from a well-planned personal development curriculum. This curriculum is also taught through all other subject areas.
The trust’s ‘nine habits’ are central to all areas of school life. Pupils have many opportunities to develop aspects of their character. Leaders help pupils to develop a sense of responsibility to themselves and others.