Oakridge is a combined primary school offering education to children from 3 to 11. In addition, we offer nursery provision for preschoolers.
We are also able to offer 30 Hours nursery provision for eligible families. More information can be found on the website or by contacting the school office.
Who to contact
Where to go
- HP11 2PN
- Venue Notes
Parking is limited to staff cars only on site.
Oakridge School is a multi-level site.
Buses to and from High Wycombe town centre run within walking distance of the school.
- Geographic Area Covered
- High Wycombe
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday, Term time only. Breakfast and after school clubs are also available on request. Please see the website for more information.
- Time of day
- Session Information
Normal school hours | 8:30am to 3:15pm
Breakfast club | 7:45am to 8:30am every school day
After school club | 3:15pm to 4:45pm Monday to Thursday
- Age Ranges
- 3 to 11 years
Partial Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet Facilities
Please see SEN report attached.
At Oakridge School our aim is to support the needs of every child and our inclusive approach requires careful, differentiated planning by the class teacher to ensure that all children access the curriculum effectively. Every teacher is a teacher of every child or young person including those with SEND.
- Contact Name
- Mrs Verity Priest
- Contact Telephone
- 01494 520 341
- Contact Email
- SENCo Name
- Mrs Verity Priest
- SENCo Email
- Local Offer Links
Annual SEN Information Report 2020 | Oakridge School
SEN Policies 2019 | Oakridge School
- Local Offer Age Bands
2 to 4
8 to 11
5 to 7
- SEN Provision Type
- Universal service (No referral required)
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- Current Ofsted Rating
- Date: 02/05/2018 Rating: Requires Improvement URN: 110289
- What type of provisions you offer
- Mainstream Provision
- Mainstream Provision Numbers:
- Approximately how many children do you have on roll?
- Approximately how many children/young people have a Statement/EHC plan in your provision?
- Approximately how many children/young people are accessing specialist provision without a Statement/EHC plan?
- Admission criteria and how pupils access specialist provision (start of school year or mid-year)
Pupils can access specialist provision at any point in the year.
- Future developments for SEND provision
Oakridge School is fully compliant with SEN legislation. The Oakridge SENDCo has been awarded the National Award for SEN Co-Ordination (NASENCO), is an experienced primary practitioner and is a member of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) Oakridge employs dedicated Learning Support Assistants (LSA) with the responsibility for targeting speech and language needs, an LSA to support children identified as EAL and an LSA to support the pastoral needs of children. Each year group has a High Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) as well as an LSA. Where a child presents with additional high or complex need, support staff are employed. Funding for these roles is met through Educational Health and Care Plans (EHCP) or High Needs Block Funding (HNBF) bids.
- Contracts with other Local Authorities / Counties / Health providers
- Educational Psychology Service
- Specialist Teaching Service
- Occupational Therapy Service
- Physiotherapy Service
- Speech and Language Therapists
- Family Support Service
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
- Pathways Primary Pupil Referral Unit (PRU)
- Educational Welfare Officers
- Buckinghamshire Council (SEND Integrated Service)
- School Nursing Team
- GPs and Paediatricians
- Young Carers
- Last Updated
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