Please see flyer below about SummerFest – a music festival aimed at young people aged 16-25 with additional needs.
Monthly Archives: July 2018
From September we will have a recycling bank outside the parents’ gate. This is for everyone to use to put in their unwanted new and used items such as clothes, shoes, belts, handbags, soft toys, linen, etc. All items must be dry and clean.
This is to promote textile recycling and reduce landfill waste. Donations will be collected on a regular basis and the college will receive funds at 40p per kilo.
This is a great opportunity to have a clear out, recycle to help the environment and raise funds for Oak Grove College.
Thank you for your support.
Please find attached futher information about Summer Activities at Chichester Cathedral –
Crazy Colours – Tuesday 21st August
Monster Mania – Friday 27th August
Attached is flyer with more information about the Free Family Funday on the 22nd July –
Attached is more information about Barnardo’s Moving Forward Project – West Sussex Short Breaks. These are fun days out for young people aged 12-18, running from Thursday 26th July – Friday 31st August.
Exam results will be available for collection from school on Thursday 23rd August from 10:00am until 11:00am.
If you are unable to come in to collect your results you can ask someone to collect them on your behalf. You should write a letter stating this and either send it into school before the day or it can be brought in on the day. If you wish for your results to be posted or emailed please let us know by letter or email (email@example.com) by Friday 20th July.
Certificates will be available for collection from school between the 1st December 2018 and the 15th February 2019. After this time they will be held in compliance with JCQ regulations for 1 year from their issue date, after which they will be destroyed and a record kept on file of which certificates we received.
We look forward to seeing you on results day.
See flyer below about FIT4 Junior Summer Offer
Below is a short video of students talking about their experiences of going on Work Experience as part of their 1 year 6th Form Curriculum. This forms a vital part of their curriculum where the focus is getting them prepared for the challenges that face them when they leave Oak Grove College.
A ceremony for the Opening of History of Durrington Centre at Oak Grove College took place on Friday and here our some pictures from the event