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Oaklands Catholic School

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Oaklands Catholic School and Sixth Form College
Oaklands Catholic School logo.jpg
Address
Stakes Hill Road

,
PO7 7BW

England
Coordinates50°52′06″N 1°01′18″W / 50.86836°N 1.02158°W / 50.86836; -1.02158
Information
TypeAcademy
MottoUnited by the Cross
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1966
Local authorityHampshire
SpecialistHumanities College
Department for Education URN137345 Tables
OfstedReports
Chair of GovernorsAndrew Hastilow
HeadteacherMatthew Quinn MA,Bed(Hons),DipQS,NPQH
Staff>200
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 19
Enrolment1400
HousesSt Catherine, St Clare, St Dominic, St Margaret, St Martin, St Stephen, St Teresa, St Vincent.
Colour(s)Navy blue, Royal blue
Website

Oaklands Catholic School/Academy is a Roman Catholic voluntary aided co-educational school and sixth form college with academy status located in Waterlooville, Hampshire, United Kingdom.[1] It opened in 1966, although its history can be traced back to 1902. Around 1400 students attend the school with over 150 in the Sixth Form.

Oaklands has been a Specialist Humanities College since September 2005.

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Contents

Buildings

The school consists of 7 different blocks, mainly separated into different subject groups. There have been an extensive site improvement programme seeing the replacement of prefabricated buildings with purpose designed brick-built buildings. The three new blocks consist of a new music block, Humanities block (Formerly C block, now John Paul II block) and Sixth Form Block. Each of these blocks has been built in a similar style, often incorporating a cross in different coloured bricks. 2012 has seen a major refurbishment of the Maths/Science block with Maths moving to A Block and the labs being update in 3 phases (Phase 3 to complete in Summer 2012).

The grounds incorporate many mature oak trees, giving the site its name.

The White House, which houses admin and religious education, is a Palladian structure built for General Napier.

Ofsted

The school received a 'Good' Ofsted report in 2017, however were accredited, with 'many outstanding features'.[2]

Section 48

The school received an 'outstanding' section 48 report in 2019. (Inspection of Religious education aspects.)

Religious Education

The Religious Education (RE) department offers a GCSE course that is compulsory for all students; the course is an AQA course and students learn about two religions, Catholic Christianity and Judaism. They also study themes. An A level course is also available for sixth form students, educating about the new testament, and the 'themes' on the course at the time.

Maths

The maths department located in the upper floors of Thomas More block, offering GCSE and A level courses. The maths department uses e-education resources such as MathsWatch and MathsBuster for student homework tasks. Students can choose their exam board for this subject.

Music

The music department offers GCSE and A level music and instrument tuition. There are currently three school bands, the Oaklands band, the Concert band, and the Big band. For GCSE the exam board is AQA.

Geography

The Geography department is situated in the top of new John Paul II block. The team teach for GCSE and A level.

Technology

The technology department located in Angelico block accommodates Art, Electronics, textiles, metal work, photography and resistant materials. The food preparation technology is located in the 2 new kitchens on John Henry Newman block. A GCSE course is available in all technology subjects. A level courses are available but only in fine art and design.

Alumni

There are currently three members of parliament (MPs) who are alumni of Oaklands School:

Uniform

The school uniform was redesigned for the September 2009 academic year, now fully implemented. The school uniform colours are navy blue and royal blue. All students must wear the Eco-Blazer with the school crest ; boys wear a plain white shirt and striped school tie and navy trousers; girls may wear either navy blue trousers or a stitched down pleated skirt with a short sleeved navy and white striped v-neck blouse. 

The expense of the uniform caused controversy in 2009,[5] due to the expense of the uniform excluding the PE kit. A press release was submitted on the school website[6] claiming many of the facts written by the newspaper articles are incorrect, and that the uniform was very hard wearing due to its materials however, many of the products are available for less in different stores. As a response to the controversy, the school started a 'nearly new uniform' shop where the uniform could be brought cheaper.

References

  1. ^ "BBC NEWS - Education - League Tables - Performance results for Oaklands Catholic School". news.bbc.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2 January 2019. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Ofsted - Find an inspection report".[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Who is Penny Mordaunt?". 2 May 2019. Archived from the original on 17 June 2019. Retrieved 5 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Caroline Dinenage MP - GOV.UK". www.gov.uk. Retrieved 7 August 2019.
  5. ^ Wainwright, Martin (17 August 2009). "Comprehensive defends new school uniform costing nearly £100". Archived from the original on 8 March 2016. Retrieved 12 December 2016 – via www.theguardian.com.
  6. ^ "School News & Activities". Oaklands School. Press Release Uniform. Archived from the original on 30 December 2009. Retrieved 18 August 2009.

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