Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Student Achievement

At Oasis Academy Putney we want our students to enjoy learning, make great progress and achieve exceptional outcomes. In order to do this we use a range of methods to determine what each individual student does well and develop the areas they need to improve upon.

Our lessons are planned carefully to take into account the strengths and the developmental areas of every student in order to enable them to progress in each subject. In addition to the assessment for learning that take place in class, we report formally to parents and carers throughout the year. The report contains information about progress and attainment in every subject as well as important learning information such as attendance, home learning, effort and next steps.

Outcomes for student achievement within our Academy are rapidly improving. Children and staff have high academic standards and we are very proud of the rapid improvement of outcomes for our young people.

There is some quite complex language and acronyms in education, so we have provided a glossary of some of the key terms which might be useful when looking at the overview table of achievement results.                                                                                     

Please click here to access the Glossary of Terms.

Parent/Carer Partnerships

We recognise that the education of your child is a shared venture – between you the parents / carers and us, the staff of the Academy. We each have our part to play and we welcome your support and contribution.

Your involvement is an essential part of your child’s progress and development at school and we view the relationship between teachers, parents / carers, and your child as a triangle where each plays an equally important role in their educational, emotional and social progress.

Communication is all important, so we will ensure that there are many opportunities for us to meet during the summer prior to your child’s admission. We believe this is an essential element of the transition, allowing you and your child to get to know us and enabling you to address any initial questions or concerns you may have.