Bristol school secures site

By Natalie Vincent - Wed 26 September 2018, 3:09 pm

The development of Bristol's newest secondary school has reached an important milestone, with project leaders confirming that they secured a permanent site in Temple Quarter, subject to planning approval.

Image courtesy of Oasis Academy

Oasis Academy Temple Quarter is being developed as a joint venture partnership between Bristol City Council, Oasis Community Learning, the Learning City Partnership and the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. As the largest secondary school in Bristol, its final capacity for 1,600 students, including a sixth form, will serve young people aged between 11 and 18 from the central and east areas of the city.

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