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Oasis Academy Fairfield* is a brand new primary Academy offering a high quality education for Reception children up to Year 6. It will open in September 2015 with three Reception classes catering for 90 children. The Academy will grow year on year until it reaches its full capacity of 630 children in 2021. The Academy will open in temporary accommodation at the Long Lane campus of Oasis Academy Shirley Park, and will move to purpose built, state of the art accommodation at Fiveways, Waddon soon after. Whilst the academy is situated at Long Lane, a free bus will be provided which will collect and drop-off from a central point at the beginning and end of the school day. 
 
*Following the announcement by London Borough of Croydon (LBC) to change the site from the original Segas House to Fiveways in Waddon, we are confident that the new site offers an even better opportunity to provide the best facilities our children and we are working closely with LBC to achieve this. The Academy will have the new name of Oasis Academy Fiveways and a new website is coming shortly. 
 
Oasis Academy Fiveways will be a school where every child is welcome; where all abilities will be catered for and every child will be encouraged to reach their full potential. Innovative and exciting teaching will result in an Academy where learning is exciting and inspiring. The Academy will serve the whole community, benefiting not only the pupils, but those living and working in the surrounding area.
We will achieve this by:
 
  • Appointing an outstanding Principal who is focused on outcomes for the children, and who embodies the Oasis ethos.
  • Developing a curriculum which will help pupils foster a thirst for discovery of life within and beyond the home and Academy environment; they will be taught through cross-curricular themes and projects which introduce pupils to the full range of academic and creative subjects.
  • Creating a wider sense of community through extra-curricular activities, working in partnership with local organisations and opening the school to the local community outside