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Pupils at Oak View have a wide range of abilities and needs. We have developed a new curriculum to stimulate and engage all pupils. This curriculum is individualised for each pupil and is a balance of life skills and subject skills to meet the individual needs of all pupils. 

We believe that life skills will prepare pupils for life outside school. The curriculum promotes independence and includes all areas of school life including social skills, communication and physical skills. See links on the left for more details. Each area of the school (Early Years, Lower, Middle and Upper) have their own curriculum.

Working independently
Water play
Outdoor learning
Independence and life skills
Physical skills
Literacy skills



Physical skills - Move Programme
Travel Training and confidence


Outdoor learning
Music - Confidence
New experiences
Social Skills
Physical skills - Move Programme
Communicating feelings
Respect for the Community
Literacy and Communication
ICT - programming floor robots
Outdoor learning


Sensory experiences
Work experience


Travel Training - literacy in the community
Physical skills - move programme
Gaining confidence
Work experience
Physical Skils




  • ‘The school is extremely thorough and gives clear guidance for staff about practical approaches and preventative measures.’

    ASD report 2014

  • ‘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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