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Pupil Voice

We feel it is very important for the pupils at Oak View to have a voice. Oak View listens to pupils to find out what they want and need from the school and what they need to learn. For a lot of pupils, we have to be creative, to find ways our pupils can express themselves.

For a lot of pupils, we have to be creative, to find ways our pupils can express themselves.

We have displays that represent pupils' views:


 

We work with pupils, using lesson activities, to find their hopes and dreams, their likes and dislikes and heir skills. Theseare then used for their EHCs and Annual Reviews to help decide their futures. Here is a display of pupils' views:

 

They can write, use pictures or symbols and work with an adult to help them:

By setting these displays up, pupils can see their voice being important and will encourage them to use their voice more.

  • ‘very impressed with the school’s clear sense of purpose in preparing its students for life after school. ’

    ASD report Dec 2017

  • ‘Pupils' relationships with adults are excellent, and they learn respect and appropriate behaviour from the staff. Pupils are accepting of each other’s varying needs, and show pleasure in each other’s successes.’

    Ofsted report

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  • Panathlon Final - OV came 2nd!! Well Done!! - photos will follow on the website Assembly today was Eid celebration - thank you for all the gifts donated. ***REMINDER*** school is closed tomorrow for inset day

  • Oak View celebrated Prader-Willi syndrome Awareness Month with pupils and staff wearing orange. See more about PWSA UK at https://t.co/x6kcaOVLLB. https://t.co/QIPjCXKLot

  • At the next coffee morning (24th May, 10am), the holiday club organiser, Ross, will explain how HOLIDAY CLUBS are organised and how funding is used and how we allocate places.

  • Pupils returned from Tottenham Inclusive Football day, great fun for then pupils!

  • New outdoor gym equipment arrived and was installed over the Easter holidays. It is very popular with pupils and teachers are finding ways to incorporate in lessons. See website for photos https://t.co/0eQa3MXpna https://t.co/jD4nzmLQmM

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