Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Pastoral Care

We know that each of our young people will face different challenges as they grow up, be that academically, socially, emotionally or developmentally, therefore we want to do everything we can to help them through whatever life throws their way. For this purpose we have set up a comprehensive pastoral care system, designed to support students in all aspects of school life. 

These include: 

  • Building relationships with peers 
  • Rewards for positive behaviour 
  • Rewards for attendance and punctuality 
  • Partnerships with external organisations for those with greater challenges 

We know that the most effective learners are happy learners, therefore from the start of your child's journey with us through to the end of their time in our Academy we aim to make sure they feel supported, encouraged and motivated to learn.  

We want our halls, corridors and classrooms to feel like a home-from-home for your children. Our Academy is a family - thriving with healthy relationships and positive influences. Our class teachers and tutors take the time to get to know each of their students, finding out what your child is interested in, where their aspirations lie and what hopes they have for their future.  

By having a house system in place, we encourage our young people to get to know each other across all year groups. There are opportunities for mentoring and buddy systems in place for those who want that extra support, and our communal dining area allows for that all important social integration. 

Behaviour and Rewards

At Oasis Academy Daventry Road, pupils are given positive points for:   

  • Hard work 
  • Going the extra mile 
  • Being a role model 
  • Producing excellent homework 
  • Kindness to others 
  • Planning for their future 
  • Excellent organisation 
  • Showing sustained improvement 


One of the ways we recognise the achievements of pupils is through our Rewards Journey: 

  • When student receives 25 positive points, they receive a golden ticket. 
  • When a student has 50 net points (positives-negatives) they receive a Bronze Medal Postcard. 
  • When a student has 100 net points (positives-negatives) they receive a Silver Medal Certificate. 
  • When a student has 150 net points (positives-negatives) they receive a Gold Medal Certificate, which is presented in assembly. 

At the end of the year, the top students in each year group are recognised through our bronze, silver, gold and diamond excellence awards.