Oak Grove College provides a dynamic, safe and stimulating learning environment for all of our students and has an experienced and dedicated staff team who aspire to provide the best learning opportunities for all of our students all of the time.
Our core purpose is ensuring all of our students are nurtured to ensure they develop the communication, social, life and vocational skills necessary to take an active role as citizens in the local, national and international community.
This is achieved by creative approaches to learning where many off site visits are undertaken, the grounds are used extensively and a practical approach to the curriculum is undertaken.
Here at Oak Grove College we are all immensely proud of our College and we welcome visits from families and indeed from professionals from other organisations.
I hope that this website provides you with the information you require, if not please do not hesitate to contact us.
December is on us and, with it, comes a new batch of autism friendly screenings. December’s films Moana at selected Cineworld cinemas on Sunday 4th December at 11am. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them at selected Showcase cinemas on Sunday 11th December at 10am. Moana at selected ODEON cinemas* on Sunday 11th December at […]Read More
On Wednesday 18th January , Oak Grove will be be hosting an event looking at how education and business can work together for the benefits of our students. Please see details below:Read More
Ready to become a gymnast? Our club provides a safe, friendly environment with professional coaches to help you learn. We’re excited to be hosting a free Discover Disability Gymnastics taster day, where disabled people of all impairments can try a range of gymnastics activities and see which type they like best. [gview file=”http://oakgrovecollege.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Disability-flyer-FLIPITAS.pdf”]Read More
Tuesday 15 November 2016 5:00pm – 6:00pm West Sussex County Council with its partners, young people with SEND and parent carers has been working on the development of a SEND Pathways to Adulthood Strategy. This is focused on enabling young people with SEN&D to have more control over their lives; achieve as much […]Read More