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Skills Builder Partnership – The Sand Project and Oak Grove College Working Together

Students from Oak Grove College have been working with The Sand Project   as members of the Skills Builder Partnership , to train and promote people with additional needs, helping them to develop essential skills for success.

Please read the story of two students from Oak Grove College by clicking the link to their story.

 

New Draft SEND and Inclusion Strategy 2019 – 2024 – Drop In

New Draft SEND and Inclusion Strategy 2019 – 2024

Have Your Say Drop In For young people and parent carers

SU1, Chichester College

Thursday 23rd May

12 ‘til 2pm

4pm ‘til 7.30pm

Contact info and further details below:

 

Election of Parent Governor

Every maintained school in England has a Governing Body responsible to the local community for running the school.

If you are interested in standing for election as a parent governor of the College, please read the attached information and complete the nomination form below, ensuring you obtain 2 signatures supporting your nomination.

 

 

Grub Club at Impulse Leisure

Grub Club includes fun activities and games for children aged 7-13 years.

Please see below for further details and a booking form.

 

Thrive Federation West Worthing 10k and 5k

Thrive Federation West Worthing 10k and 5k

Despite strong winds creating challenging conditions, almost 600 runners completed a 5k or 10k run along Worthing seafront in aid of the four Thrive Federation special schools. Not deterred by the wind and strong gusts, participants and spectators gathered on the day to support and help raise vital funds to directly benefit the children who attend the Thrive Federation schools.

The West Worthing 10k and 5k event, now in its third year, is a flat and friendly out and back professionally organised run. The year’s event was a great success with many local runners, supporters and volunteers including staff and families from the schools rallying together to complete the run in extremely challenging weather conditions to show their support of Thrive Federation.

The schools would like to thank everyone who supported or donated at the event and especially to all those who joined in on the day to run, volunteer, sell cakes or cheer on the runners. Thrive Federation would like to thank the Mayor and Mayoress of Worthing for showing their support and handing out medals, as well as the town crier, Bob Smytherman, for starting and supporting the event. They would also like to thank Myra Jackson, Community Champion at Tesco West Durrington who arranged for the store donation of water bottles for the runners. This year Ridge Crest Cleaning Limited, Water Babies, Crest Swim School and Highdown Church have kindly sponsored the event.

Thrive Federation is a group of four special schools in West Sussex who provide education to children and young people, aged 4 to 19 with moderate, severe or profound learning needs, including complex physical disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Conditions. The Federation schools are Oak Grove College and Palatine Primary School in Worthing, Cornfield School in Littlehampton and Herons Dale Primary School in Shoreham. If you wish to donate to Thrive Federation please go to Visit www.justgiving.com/palatineschool! . All donations received will be shared equally across the four Thrive Federation special schools.

Courtyard/Play Equipment Improvements

Courtyard/Play Equipment Improvements

We are very pleased to announce we have a new surface and new play equipment in our Courtyard. The old surface was cracking and had many patched repairs and the equipment had worn away and broken and was unusable.


It is thanks to Thomas Cook, Bodyshop, Awards for All, Burnley Sunley, DHS Cycle Project and the Friends of Oak Grove College that we were able to provide a new surface and new play equipment.


For further information please see below:

Chilled Out Swim Sessions May 2019

Chilled Out Swim Sessions

There will be some Chilled Out Swim Sessions available on Friday 31st May.

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and are intended for those who need 1-1 support in the water. Please provide your own PA or discuss with Claire Moyle.

Cost £5 per session

Please see below for further details:

Oak Grove College Plant Sale May 2019

Oak Grove College Plant Sale 2019

Oak Grove College Plant sale, returns soon – 13th – 23rd May 2019. During Plant sale there will also be a cafe selling homemade sausage rolls, hot baps and cakes as well as barista style coffees.

On Wednesday 22nd May we will be holding our 6th Business Breakfast to coincide with the Plant Sale, showcasing the skills our young people can offer to employers

We look forward to seeing you


If you would like any more details please contact lvallone@oakgrovecollege.org.uk or cnoble@oakgrovecollege.org.uk

Further information is also available on our flyer:


Oak Grove College & South Downs Leisure Activity Program – May Half Term

These activities are for young people with additional needs
(from 8-19 years) in the local community that want an
inclusive experience with support from experienced staff.

Post-16 Transport Policy Statement Consultation

Consultation on the Post-16 Transport Policy Statement.

This annual consultation is now live at the address below.

The Policy Statement aims to gather the relevant information for all young people of sixth form age as well as young adult learners (aged 19+) with an EHCP.  The policy statement signposts to services provided, the support offered to students and contact details.

 

The public consultation is on the County Council’s website at:

https://haveyoursay.westsussex.gov.uk/highways-and-transport/post-16-transport-2019/

Anyone may take part in the consultation; parents, carers and young people with an EHCP.