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Sheffield Summer Activities

Sheffield City Council have organised lots of fun family events for this Summer. Click for more detail. 

OADV Summer Sessions

OADV Summer Sessions will be running from 21st July-7th August. 

We are running a range of sessions at our Academy, including sessions focused on: Friends, family and food; Community links; Summer Catch up; Readiness for school in September and Sports. 

The Big Challenge

Students took part in The Big Challenge this year.  This involved forming and operating their own business.  Well done to all those involved in creating Keychain Kingdom, SAS Slimes, and Scarlet Crafts. 

Whole Oasis Sumdog Competition

Oasis Community Learning and Sumdog have partnered to do the first-ever whole family Multi AcademyTrust National Maths contest from 5th June until 11th June 2020.  Make sure you get involved! 

Free School Meals Update

On the 31st March, the government announced a new national voucher scheme for families that qualify for Free School Meals. Our academy will therefore be changing from the scheme we are currently using to the new government one following the Easter break. Find out what this means for your family. 

Tackling holiday hunger, and wider Oasis news updates

We are delighted to share with you the latest version of the Oasis Hub newsletter; The Circle. Full of good news stories and updates, you can read about the work Oasis is doing for communities across the world. 

Academy Closure

The academy is now closed. Please read this article in full to find out about what provisions are being offered. 

Sport Relief 2020

Thank you to all our Children and Student's who helped us to raise money for Sports relief 2020. 

World Book Day 2020

All of the OADV Classes came together to come up with this amazing story for World Book Day. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we did!

Generous Donation

Back in October, Amina Hasan in Year 8 had pledged to cut her hair for renowned charity, the Little Princess Trust.