Oasis Community Learning

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Oasis Community Learning is a multi-academy trust operating 47 schools in England. In 2016 it was described as one of 11 ‘system leader’ academy chains in England.[1]

It began operating schools in the UK in 2007. Oasis is linked to the Oasis Charitable Trust, an evangelical Baptist organisation set up by Rev Steve Chalke in 1985, which delivers education, healthcare, housing, training and youth work projects to local authorities and national governments in 11 countries.

Oasis and Microsoft

Oasis Community Learning says it 'puts data at the heart of its learning decisions'.[2]

Oasis Community Learning is a 'showcase' organisation in Microsoft's global network of schools that are 'engaged in digital transformation to improve teaching and learning.'[3]

People

Leadership (2016):[4]

Trustees ('Learning Board') (2016):

Members (2016):

Linked companies

Contact

Website: www.oasiscommunitylearning.org Address: 75 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HS

References

  1. [http://schoolsweek.co.uk/11-academy-trusts-now-have-more-than-30-schools-and-are-labelled-system-leaders/ 11 academy trusts now have more than 30 schools and are labelled ‘system leaders’], Schools Week, 30 November 2016
  2. Inside the schools that are turning data into wisdom, Guardian (Microsoft sponsored content), date unknown
  3. Showcase and Microsoft School list 2016-17, Microsoft document, date unknown
  4. Governance, Oasis Community Learning website, accessed May 2016
  5. Jonathan Dutton profile, Linkedin, accessed May 2016