Oasis Academy Shirley Park

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Oasis Academy Shirley Park
Mottoes Being Polite, Prepared and Productive
Type Academy
Principal Louise Lee
Head of Secondary Louise Lee
Head of Primary Glenn Lillo
Location Shirley Road
Greater London
51°22′59″N 0°03′47″W / 51.38305°N 0.06315°W / 51.38305; -0.06315Coordinates: 51°22′59″N 0°03′47″W / 51.38305°N 0.06315°W / 51.38305; -0.06315
DfE number 306/6909
DfE URN 135968 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Mixed
Ages 4–19
Website www.oasisacademyshirleypark.org

Oasis Academy Shirley Park (formerly Ashburton Community School) is a mixed all-through school located within the Ashburton Learning Village complex in the Woodside area of Croydon, Greater London, England.

The school educates children of primary and secondary school age, and also has a sixth form. Originally two schools, Ashburton Secondary Modern Boys and Ashburton Secondary Modern Girls, which merged in 1971 to become Ashburton High School. At a later date, the school became Ashburton Community School and became an Academy in 2009 and was renamed Oasis Academy Shirley Park, even though it is not located in Shirley Park. The school is sponsored by the Oasis Trust.

The academy has a partnership with local English Premier League-club Crystal Palace dating back to the former Community School. Former Shrewsbury Town winger Austin Berkley teaches at the Academy.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Ashburton Community School[edit]

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