How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in applying for a place at Oasis Academy Wintringham, we are delighted you are considering us as the educational provider for your child/children.
With our inclusive ethos, and dedication to helping every child feel like they belong and that they can achieve, we know your child will feel at home with us. Our staff care about each and every one of our students, and it is our vision that every child who comes to Wintringham can reach their potential and be ready for the next stage of their life, whether that is further academic study, apprenticeships or a direct route into the world of work. Our goal is to raise aspirations, unlock students' potential and work towards achieving excellence through encouraging a 'can do' culture which nurtures confident and competent people.
We are proud of our curriculum offer and work hard to keep every lesson imaginative, up-to-date and engaging for our young people. We combine the highest standards of teaching and learning with our 7 curriculum principals with flexibility to ensure that no matter where your starting point may be, you can achieve. This extends to our SMSC, British Values and Career development programmes.
Careers education and guidance is a strength of the school. As a result, the vast majority of pupils leaving the school go on to positive destinations.
How do I apply for a place?
Oasis Academy Wintringham is a non-selective academy open to students of all religious faiths and those of no faith.
If you are a parent/carer of a child currently in Year 6 and wish to apply for a place at OAW in Year 7 for the following September, you will need to complete the Common Application Form and return it to the admission section of the N.E. Lincs. website.
The published admission number (PAN) for 2019/20 is 200.
The published admission number (PAN) for 2020/21 is 180.
The published admission number (PAN) for 2021/22 is 180.
Consultation took place between 20th December 2019 and 31st January 2020 on the proposed admission arrangements for 2021 to 2022. Consultation included sending letters to businesses, schools, parents, issuing a press release, advertising details of the consultation on the LA’s website and informing neighbouring LAs. There were no objections received following consultation and the proposed arrangements for 2021/22 have now been formally determined by the Oasis Community Learning Board.