Our London and South East communities

Our belief that every community can be transformed and that every person can reach their God-given potential is put into practise in our hubs across London and the South East of England.  Learn more about our projects and activities and contact us for more information or to get involved.

Oasis Hub Couldson

Oasis Hub Ashburton Park

Oasis Hub Enfield Lock

Oasis Hub Hadley

Oasis Hub Isle of Sheppey

Oasis Hub Pinewood

Oasis Hub Putney

Oasis Hub Skinner Street

Oasis Hub Waterloo

Oasis Hub Ashburton Park

Oasis Hub Ashburton Park

Oasis Hub Hadley
Through its extensive chaplaincy work and range of youth clubs and activities, Oasis Academy Hadley in Enfield is not just a centre for exceptional education; it is a committed and active member of its local community. With a packed agenda of holiday clubs during the summer and other breaks, the Academy doors are rarely closed and through wider community activities such as the ‘knit and natter’ group it serves as a home from home for many members of the community.
Oasis Hub Isle of Sheppey
At the heart of the historic island is the fledgling Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey. Through its extensive facilities such as 3G Astroturf and auditorium the Academy has become a true hub of activity. The auditorium has been used for weddings an engagement and even a World War II dinner and dance, Cubs, Scouts, and Beavers have all used the Academy for many varied events, including, fun days, weekly meetings even sleepovers, this coming December the Beavers will be holding a sleepover with Christmas dinner being provided for 200 children.
Oasis Hub Pinewood
Located in Havering, Essex, the hub contains Oasis Academy Pinewood, a flourishing primary school. Working with a local church, the hub has pioneered an ‘English as an Additional Language’ programme for parents, empowering them to engage more fully in the education of their children. Recently the hub has secured funding from Greggs to start a breakfast club.
Oasis Hub Putney
The newest addition to the Oasis family, the hub commenced in September with the opening of the new primary school Oasis Academy Putney. The hub seeks to fully embed itself into the life of the community and aspires to help nurture an environment whereby everyone, regardless of their background or starting point can achieve their full potential.
Oasis Hub Skinner Street
By the coast of Gillingham lies Oasis Academy Skinner Street. This community school is focused on nurturing the character of its pupils as well as delivering a first class education. Officially rated 'Good' by Ofsted, the Academy has deep roots in the nearby community.
Oasis Hub Waterloo
Oasis has been working in Waterloo, London since 2003 when it founded a community church which is now thriving and fully integrated into the community. In the years since it was established the church has given birth to a range of community events such a foodbank, debt advice centre, the hub athletic youth football team and laid the foundations or the outstanding free school Oasis Academy South Bank. As the flagship hub of Oasis, it is fully integrated with each part of the community and is also home to Oasis Academy Johanna and Oasis Farm Waterloo, one of the most successful city farms in the UK.
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