Students from Oasis Academy Coulsdon took part in an interfaith debate via Zoom on Monday 16th November 2020 as part of interfaith week. The purpose of the event was to bring students from across all London boroughs to discuss what their faith means to them and how this links to contemporary issues, such as climate change, Coronavirus and more.
In Friday 13th November, Oasis Academy Coulsdon showed it’s spots to raise lots for Children in Need 2020. Students paid £1 to replace an item of their clothing for the day with something spotty- we had an array of spots ranging from headbands to onesies and slippers.
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Early in the hours of Thursday 15th October, two students from Oasis Academy Coulsdon were given the honour of getting to ask questions of peace directly to His Holiness the Dalai Lama on a live global stream titled ‘Liveable Planet Earth : Working together for a Peaceful World’. The event was in honour of the 89th Birth Anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam who was the 11th President of India between 2002-2007, and the Dalai Lama served as guessed of honour for the auspicious occasion.
On Thursday 15th October, students and staff at Oasis Academy Coulsdon stood united to Show Racism the Red Card. As part of the national campaign Wear Red Day, we are proud to support this cause and show that we stand for equality and diversity within the OAC Family.