WELCOME TO OAK VIEW SCHOOL
Oak View is an all age (3-19), specialist provision for pupils with special Educational Needs. This includes those with severe and complex needs and pupils within the autistic spectrum.
Our vision for the school is that all pupils who go on a learning journey with us, develop as a whole person to be the best version of themselves!
We do this within our Community Code of Confidence & Independence, Achievement & Effort, Respect & Responsibility, Compassion & Kindness.
Take a look around our website to see who we are and what we do in more detail.
You are welcome to contact us with any queries you may have.
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COMMUNITY CODE AND SAFEGUARDING
Our Community Code is embedded in our approaches to learning experiences at Oak View School.
Oak View's Values
Everyone is valued for the contribution they make to the life and growth of the school. We welcome the diversity of race, religion, gender, ability and culture that our children and their families and staff bring to our school community and the richness this adds to the life of the school.
We value our strong relationship with parents & carers. We regard challenging behaviour as having a purpose. We therefore seek to understand that purpose and teach more appropriate alternatives.
All children will believe in themselves, that they can achieve, they do have confidence and they accept who they are and value who they are.
Safeguarding underpins everything we do at Oak view School.
Our Safeguarding procedures are rigorous and robust and enable the school community to keep our pupils, staff and visitors safe.
The Safeguarding Team is led by the Head,
The rest of the team consists of:
- Mrs Julie McNally, Family Engagement Officer
- Mr Graham Sandberg, Assistant Head Teacher
- Mrs Claire Moore, Assistant Head Teacher
- Mrs Hedy Nash, Assistant Head Teacher
Everyone on the Safeguarding Team are trained to Safeguarding Level 3.