Oasis Academy Brislington
|Trust||Oasis Community Learning|
|Executive Principal||Rebecca Clark|
|Interim Principal||Peter Knight|
|DfE URN||141652 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
Previously a foundation school administered by Bristol City Council, Brislington Enterprise College converted to academy status in February 2015 and was renamed Oasis Academy Brislington. The school is now sponsored by Oasis Trust but continues to coordinate with Bristol City Council for admissions.
New buildings, designed and built by Skanska, were opened at the beginning of September 2001 and officially opened in October 2002 by Kevin McCloud. The sixth form common room was opened much later at the end of the 08/09 year due to the old "clc building" being reallocated as the ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Centre. The old buildings have now been demolished and landscaped.
The school's latest inspection took place on 20 and 21 May 2014 and it received the following grades:
|Overall Effectiveness||3 - Requires improvement|
|Achievement Of Pupils||3 - Requires improvement|
|Quality Of Teaching||3 - Requires improvement|
|Behaviour And Safety Of Pupils||3 - Requires improvement|
|Leadership And Management||3 - Requires improvement|
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