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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Little Mermaid Tickets Available – Tickets selling fast!

Oak Grove presents the Little Mermaid! 

Journey “Under the Sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr, adapted from the Broadway production.

Oak Grove College have captivated audiences with their sell-out productions including Joseph, Cats and Guys & Dolls; and this promises to be another spectacular show. The Little Mermaid Jr is an inclusive performance with a cast of 70 young people that will enchant and inspire.

Shows are 5th and 6th April 2017 with both shows at 7:30 pm (Doors open at 7:00 pm)

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Transition Evening Tuesday 27th February 18:00-19:30

On Tuesday 27th February, we are holding our Transition Evening for students in Y10,11 and 6th Form from 18:00 to 19:30.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet Post 16 and 19 providers from Education and Social Care in West Sussex to help students make informed choices about where they would like to go when they leave Oak Grove College.

Confirmed attendees include –

  • Aldingbourne Country Centre
  • Worthing Mencap
  • Carer Support
  • Chichester College – including Brinsbury Campus
  • Concordia
  • West Sussex Learning Disability Transition Team
  • Ferring Country Centre
  • Funtastic Futures
  • Independence Homes/Lifestyles
  • West Sussex Local Offer Team
  • Northbrook College
  • The Oaks Projects
  • Oak Tree Farm
  • Pathway Healthcare
  • Pines Day Centre
  • Plumpton College
  • Scope
  • Speech and Language Team
  • Stanhope Lodge
  • Superstar Arts
  • St Johns
  • St Pier College

Facebook and other social media

Dear Parents/ Carers,

We have been made aware of the fact that an unknown person has been sharing the Facebook profile pictures of children and staff at Oak Grove College. This is not something that has occurred in school and is something that, regrettably, happens often on the internet. We do not have the ability to fix or prevent this but you can make your child safer on the internet by doing the following: (these will be easier on a computer rather than a mobile).

  • Please help your child check their Facebook account (or any social media) is private and the security settings are high.
  • Please go through their Facebook friends and delete any people that they do not know in real life.
  • If you find any comments, posts or pictures that you dislike, it may be best for your child to unfriend or block that individual, even if it is someone that they get on well with. Even nice, caring people can be unkind on the internet.
  • If you see anything that is unacceptable or breaks the rules of the site, report it. It is the only way to make Facebook act on offensive actions, sexual pictures and bullying of any kind. It is against their rules to create more than one account or use someone else’s name or picture.

Facebook rules make it clear that each person is expected to keep themselves safe by use report and block: there is no Facebook police.

  • Finally, and most importantly, consider removing your child from social media. We do not believe that Facebook is giving any child a positive experience, and your child is being exposed to unsafe situations and unkind behaviour.

Please find attached further information on how to increase security setting on social media sites and report bullying.

Thank you,

Phillip Potter

Headteacher

Facebook use

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