Oasis Academy John Williams

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Oasis Academy: John Williams
Oasis Academy John Williams logo.png
Motto Raising aspirations, transforming lives
Established September 2008
Type Academy
Executive Principal Rebecca Clark
Head of School Victoria Boomer
Founder John Williams
Location Petherton Road
Hengrove, Bristol
BS14 9BU
England Coordinates: 51°25′11″N 2°33′59″W / 51.4196°N 2.5663°W / 51.4196; -2.5663
DfE URN 135663 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Capacity 1,010
Students 640
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Colours Purple
Website oasisacademyjohnwilliams.org

Oasis Academy: John Williams is a secondary school with an academy status in the Hengrove district of Bristol, England. Opened in 2008, it is run by the Christian charity Oasis Trust.

History[edit]

Before 2008, the school was known as Hengrove Community Arts College and then Oasis Academy: Bristol, before adopting its current name in September 2010, in tribute of the school's founding Principal, John Williams, who had died of a heart attack.[1]

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On 8 October 2012, The Countess of Wessex visited to celebrate the academy's work on dyslexia and literacy. To commemorate her visit, she unveiled a plaque.[2]

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