How to Apply
We are delighted you are thinking about joining the OA Short Heath family!
Here at Oasis Short Heath, our aim is to awaken and nurture a love of learning in children that will last a lifetime and provide everyone with the skills to pursue that learning independently and collaboratively.
With our strong ethos of equality and healthy relationships, we know you will feel right at home here with us.
We are a non-selective Academy open to pupils of all religious faiths and those of no faith. Admissions at Oasis Academy Short Heath are co-ordinated under the Common Application Form via Birmingham City Council. If you are a parent or carer and wish to apply for a place at Oasis Academy Short Heath for the following September, you will need to complete the Common Application Form via the Birmingham City Council website.
Thank you for taking an interest in Little Explorer's Nursery here at OA Short Heath - we're delighted you're thinking of starting your child's educational journey with us. If you have a child who was born between September 1st 2018 and 31st August 2019 then we would love them to join our Nursery in September 2022.
To apply, call our school office on 0121 373 6056 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oasis Academy Short Heath is an academy where all young people are given the opportunity they deserve to make excellent progress and fulfil their full potential. Oasis Academy Short Heath is a fully inclusive Primary academy, accepting children of all abilities, of any faith or none.
For information about the application process, oversubscription criteria, tie break procedures, waiting lists, appeals and more, please see our School Admissions Arrangements bellow.
The process of allocating places will begin after the deadline for applications in January.
Consultation took place between 25th November 2019 and 17th January 2020 on the proposed admission arrangements for 2021/22. Consultation included
- Notices on our Academy Facebook Page
- Information on our fortnightly newsletters
- Information on our academy website
- Letters to the Local Authority
- Letters to all surrounding Birmingham Schools
- Leaflet readily available for parents and the community
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.
"Your determination to reach out to the community to engage parents in the life of the school and in their children's education has been very successful. Parents speak highly of you and of all the staff. 'My children are very lucky to come to this school,' 'Staff go above and beyond' and 'There is respect for all' are just a few of many positive comments expressed by parents."