A Warm Welcome to Onslow St Audrey’s School
Our vision at OSA is to create opportunities for our students to be successful through a blend of support and challenge in a safe and stimulating environment. We want our students to feel valued, respected and to understand that with a positive attitude to learning, and through applying themselves consistently, they can realise their ambitions.
We are entering into an exciting phase in the school’s development as part of the Danes Educational Trust to further improve outcomes for our students. We are expanding and through considerable investment, we have plans for fantastic new Sports and Science facilities, which will transform our students’ experience and provide an inspirational environment for all.
OSA has recently experienced considerable school improvement and it was pleasing that this was recognised in our most recent Ofsted inspection where leadership and management, personal development, behaviour, welfare and Sixth Form provision were all rated as good. This was also acknowledged in a personal letter from the HMI Chief Inspector, who commented that our ‘work is impacting positively on wider standards in the school.’
What makes OSA special is the fantastic community spirit amongst the staff, students and parents and it is clear that this school has huge potential to make a real difference to the life chances of our young people.
I hope this website gives you a flavour of the opportunities on offer. Please feel free to contact us if you require any further information.
Danes Educational Trust is a multi-academy trust working to develop optimistic, resilient learners and valued, empowered staff through local, national and global partnerships.
It was established as a multi-academy trust in June 2016, converting from a single academy trust, St Clement Danes School, to allow the establishment of Croxley Danes School, based in Croxley Green, and is continuing to expand with new additional secondary and primary schools.
Danes Educational Trust is led by Dr Josephine Valentine OBE and is based at St Clement Danes School in Chorleywood - a town in South West Hertfordshire close to Junction 18 of the M25.
For more information please visit the Trust’s website: