Whether you’re the parent or carer of a current student, interested in sending your child to our school in the future or a member of the community who would like to learn more about what we do, we would love to hear from you.
Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey
Head Office, Minster Campus: Minster Road, Minster-on-Sea, Kent, ME12 3JQ
Minster Campus is the base for learning for students in years 8-11 and Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey Sixth Form.
Sheerness Campus: Marine Parade, Sheerness, Kent, ME12 2BE
Sheerness Campus houses our year 7 and year 8, students. Sheerness campus is also home to the specialised Inspire programme and the Oak provision.
Tel: 01795 873591
- Council Chair: Esther Marsh email@example.com
- For general email enquiries: Office@oasisisleofsheppey.org
- For Admissions enquiries: Admissions@oasisisleofsheppey.org
- If you have a safeguarding concern please contact the Academy Safeguarding team: Safeguarding@oasisisleofsheppey.org
- For Academy Finance enquiries: Finance@oasisisleofsheppey.org
- To speak to our safeguarding team when the academy is closed please call: 07496 736 447
- Executive Principal: Mr A Booth
The academy is open for core hours, 32.5 hours per week. A full list of timings for school days can be found on our Academy Day page.
Office hours for contact are
During holidays, emailing the office mailbox is recommended due to staff absence.
Contact details for our Regional Director are available on our Regional Leadership Page within the Governance are of the website.
Multi Academy Trust
Oasis Community Learning
35-41 Lower Marsh
Tel: 020 7921 4200
SENCo: Katrina Osborne
You can contact our SENCo by writing to the main office, calling us on 01795 873591, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a general query regarding the academy, then please contact email@example.com or contact 01795 873591.
Accessibility to All
Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey, aspires to be sensitive to the needs of every child, reducing barriers to learning and making the curriculum accessible to every student. Reasonable adjustments to physical and other arrangements of the school are considered where necessary, taking into account the nature of any impairment, student and parent views and advice from teachers and other professionals.
Prospective parents are asked to inform the Academy of any disabilities or additional needs their children may have when registering. Continuing communication between parents and staff is vital to ensure that reasonable adjustments can be considered where necessary, whether impairments were apparent when the student entered the Academy or developed at a later stage.
Therefore, it is the overall aim of the Academy to do all that is reasonably possible to ensure that the Academy’s facilities, services, culture, policies and procedures are made accessible to students, staff members and visitors who have disabilities, and to comply with our moral and legal responsibilities under the Equality Act (2010).
Minster Campus, Minster Road, Minster-on-Sea
Our Minster Campus is a multi-storey building with easy access to the main reception, classrooms and other teaching areas on all floors. Should you require “step free” access to the building, please enter via the sloping main entrance to the Academy. This will enable you to access the main site where our reception is based. There are designated disabled parking spaces in the directly opposite the Main Reception.
Sheerness Campus, Sheerness
Our Sheerness Campus is a multi-storey building with easy access to the main reception, classrooms and other teaching areas on all floors. Should you require “step free” access to the building, please enter via the main entrance to the Academy. This will enable you to access the Sheerness Site’s reception. There are designated disabled parking spaces in the car park immediately in front of the Academy Main Reception entrance.
Please contact the Academy office on 01795 873591 if you have any further queries relating to disabled access to either of our Academy Campuses.
The information provided on this site can be requested in paper format, free of charge from the school office.