Progress and Attainment
Progress and Attainment Summary 2020: Due to Covid-19, there was no statutory data submitted for 2020.
Academy Improvement Planning
Data Protection and FOI
Oakway Academy aims to ensure that every item of personal data collected relating to staff, pupils, parents, directors, visitors and other individuals is collected, stored and processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the expected provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018).
As a member of the Hatton Academies Trust, Oakway Academy adheres to Trust Wide Policies in respect of Data Protection.
Please click here for the Oakway Academy Student Privacy notice:
Our Data Protection Officer (DPO)
Our DPO for all Academies within the Trust is Colin Hinds who is contactable as follows:
Via telephone: 01933 231271
Via post: Sir Christopher Hatton Academy, The Pyghtle, Wellingborough, Northants. NN8 4RP
Subject Access Requests
Individuals have a right to make a ‘subject access request’ to gain access to personal information that an Academy and/or the Trust holds about them. Subject access requests must be submitted in writing, either by letter or email to our DPO. They should include:
- Name of individual
- Correspondence address
- Contact number and email address
- Details of the information requested
Freedom of Information Act Requests
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, every person has a legal right to request information held by the Trust and it’s constituent academies, which is deemed to be information held by a public authority. Those making requests are entitled to be informed whether the Trust holds the information requested, and subject to certain exemptions, to be furnished with a copy within prescribed deadlines. Click here to view our full FOI Policy.
These requests must be submitted in writing, either by letter or email to our DPO.
We are pleased to share our latest Ofsted report following an Inspection on 2nd & 3rd April 2019.
Oakway Academy has been judged as ‘Requires Improvement’ for overall effectiveness with three of the five areas within this judgement being judged as ‘Good’; Effectiveness of Leadership and Management, personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare and Early Years Provision. The report summarises the areas identified for improvement, identifies the main strengths and provides detail on the findings within each of the five areas.
Please find below a link to the full inspection report.