Our aim is that students have a rich social, moral, spiritual and cultural education experience. Part of this holistic approach is to ensure your child is involved in not only their immediate local community, but also the national and international community.
As part of the Oasis Hub Ashburton Park, we have a close working relationship with our most local Oasis Academies: Shirley Park and Ryelands. Together, we have participated in projects and events, enabling us to raise funds for our chosen charities and students to learn about community action and volunteering.
As an Oasis Academy, there are a number of opportunities to get together with students from the other 51 academies across the country, including a Futsal tournament, annual sports day and Awards event.
Internationally, we are partnered with Oasis hubs from across the globe from Belgium to Zimbabwe, and students have the opportunity to travel to our partner countries and participate in community action projects.
Tell me more about the Oasis Hub Ashburton Park
Oasis Hub Ashburton Park aims to serve the needs of the local community.
The Hub includes Academies, Church, Youth Club and The Foyer, a supported housing project.
The key focus of the Hub is to consistently get better about doing things together in our aim to provide integrated services locally and support the community in a joined up and holistic way
The Chaplaincy team provide support in the Hub through assemblies, after school and lunch time clubs, support for the breakfast club, food bank collections, prayer and reflective spaces for students, mentoring, listening and counselling services, to name just a few.