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The whole Oak View community works for the benefit of the pupils. We understand that learning is not just in the classroom but throughout the school day.

Ofsted recognise that "pupils' relationships with adults are excellent, and they learn respect and appropriate behaviour from the staff."

This success has been achieved by the continued training of every member of the school staff to understand the needs of our pupils. From teachers and teaching assistents to office and kitchen staff, everybody is skilled in communicating with our pupils and understanding them.  

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.

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.

We an Family Engagement Officer (Julie McNally) who will help and support families. Please contact her if you have any concerns or question at feo@oakview.essex.sch.uk

 

  • ‘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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