|Oasis Academy Mayfield|
|Motto||To Live is to Learn|
|Principal||John James Toland|
|Deputy Principals||Bernadette Hanley
|Location||The Grove & Porchester
|Ages||11 to 16|
The school operates on the sites formerly occupied by Woolston School and Grove Park Business and Enterprise College. Years 10 and 11 currently occupy the Woolston School site and will until 2011 with years 7, 8 and 9 on the Grove Park site also until 2011, when the academy will merge onto the Grove Park site.
The school was criticised by parents and teachers after an alleged 150 pupils (the figure was later revised to 40) reportedly caused hundreds of pounds of damage, including multiple smashed windows on the Porchester Road site. Ofsted insectors were called to investigate the school after more criticism from the local MP, John Denham and local Labour councillors. Several parents have transferred pupils to other local schools, including Chamberlayne College for the Arts. After a meeting between parents and local MP, John Denham, headteacher Ruth Johnson resigned, to be replaced by John Toland on 24 November 2008. The school was extensively criticised in Private Eye as a bad example of Labour's City Academies scheme.
John Toland officially took the title of Principal on Monday 2 March 2009 after spending time as Acting Principal following the resignation of Ruth Johnson who previously worked at Cantell Secondary School.