Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

OCL National Poetry Competition


Please read this very important letter from Mrs McGuire by clicking here.  

OCL National Poetry Competition

Following the success of Oasis Creative Week, we are delighted to introduce the OCL National Poetry Competition 2020.

With National Poetry day fast approaching on the 1st October, we want to take the opportunity to celebrate student work and showcase winning entries on the OCL national blog, and across our social media channels.

We are inviting all Oasis students to submit their poems to their academies. The poetry will be judged nationally and anonymously by our team of experts and National Lead Practitioners for English at both Primary and Secondary level.

Please make all submissions by no later than Thursday 24th September.

 We’re really looking forward to celebrating this with you and can’t wait to see the fantastic submissions from across the Oasis family.



Year One had an amazing time at their sleepover! They had a disco, hot chocolate, made biscuits and Christmas decorations. All of the children were so well behaved and slept through the night!


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Thank you to all of our wonderful parents, your generosity has blown us away.


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