Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Student Council

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.