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Admissions

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Admissions

Based in Hungerford, we welcome children aged 5 to 16 years from Reading, West Berkshire Council and the surrounding areas.

 

All of our children will have Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs). Each individual admission is reviewed carefully to ensure we are able to meet the child’s needs.

 

We provide a special educational provision for all pupils, tailored to their needs.

 

Parents and Carers are advised to talk first with the SENDCo at their child’s current place of education. The SENDCo (along with the parent/carer) can then refer to the Local Authority admission placement process where decisions for referral will be made.

 

If you’d like to make a referral or you simply want to know more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch

 

Contact us to learn more about our admissions policies.

Excellent Learning Facilities

The learning environment has been designed specifically for Oaklands, with a range of classrooms, break out and sensory spaces for small groups and one-to-one teaching. All pupils have access to specialist teaching rooms for IT, technology, media arts, fine arts and science. The ground floor includes facilities and offices for meetings, school leaders and administrators. The first and second floors are designed for primary years 2 to 6, and the third floor for key

stage 3 and key stage 4, years 7 to 11.

The school grounds are landscaped with secure outdoor play spaces for the pupils. The school has excellent facilities for swimming, PE and sport, music and drama. In addition we will be using school vehicles to access local resources and activities including Horse Riding and outdoor activities such as Forest School. The Dance and Drama Studio, includes tiered rows for seating 150 for school performances, productions, presentations and assemblies.

Our Community Partners

The school is partnering with the Herongate Club in Hungerford, a volunteer community club providing sport, leisure and learning facilities for the benefit of the whole community. In addition, the school will provide links with other community based groups and projects, such as Horse Riding at the nearby RDA. Horse Riding offers the pupils a sense of achievement as well as an opportunity for enjoyment and to grow independence and confidence.

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