Our Student Council is responsible for driving the strong student voice that exists at Oasis Academy New Oak. Made up of a fantastic group of representatives from each of our classes the Student Council works on a variety of events and issues throughout the year. These include:
- Listening to pupil views and sharing these at meetings
- Learning Group and assemblies
- Developing projects set by the Academy leadership Team
- Fundraising for national and local charities
- Representing the Academy at local and national events
Each student gets the opportunity to nominate themselves for a place on the council, with encouragement from teachers and support staff within the academy. At the start of the year there is a special assembly, introducing each member to the academy and giving them a chance to explain why they wanted to be a part of the council.
Our student council are a point of pride for our school, and we value their input and enthusiasm everyday.
Meet the Council
We are delighted to introduce you to the Student Council 2018/2019
Year 1: Lacey and Blake
Year 2: Maddie and Harrison
Year 3: Ethan and Layla
Year 4: Charlie and Andi-Jay
year 5: Maja and Ben
Year 6: Cleo and Poppy
Other opportunities for leadership and responsibility at Oasis Academy New Oak
Students in KS2 are also able to apply for a range of positions which they will hold for a year. The various positions on offer are outlined in the table below.
|Safeguarding champions||Anti-bullying champions||Reading buddies||Playground friends||Sports Leaders||Computer Monitors||Agents for change|
|Help to keep our academy safe||Encourage all students to treat everyone with respect and kindness.||Read with younger students to help them develop fluency and confidence.||Look out for students who are not playing with anyone and help them join in.||Encourage other students to be active at lunchtime and to lead sessions for younger students||Help students in each class use computers sensibly and keep them fully charged.||Work with the cook to ensure that the menus reflect what the students want.|