Oak Grove College is a Nut Free School, please see information below on this issue:
There are some Festive Family Fun events being held in Adur and Lancing this December. There will be craft activities, refreshments and a chance to chat to our staff about our services.
Please see the attached document for further details.
‘Wear it festive’ on Friday 14th December.
In support of St Barnabas House, staff and pupils are encouraged to wear Christmas jumpers/ don antlers or wear Santa hats for the day. In order to join this campaign in support of St Barnabas House, please donate £1 to your form tutor!
An OGC School Council initiative.
We now have a recycling bank outside the parent’s 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 help in reducing 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.
With Christmas fast approaching, you might be interested in some of the Boomerang activities presented by Crossroads Care South Central.
This is a pilot scheme with West Sussex County Council under our Short Break Contract for Children receiving Medium to High rate disability allowance from the age of 4-17.
Several tickets are available for the following:
Santa’s Little Trolls. 21st Dec Connaught Theatre Worthing
Clip N Climb 27th Dec Out of Bounds
Aladdin Panto 28th Dec Worthing
Bowling 19th Feb few spaces remaining
Sea Life 21st Feb few spaces remaining.
Please see the attached leaflet for further details:
Please see letter below sent out to parents/carers of independent travellers highlighting the importance of safe travel further to an incident involving a student at Durrington High –
As part of our commitment to promote positive emotional wellbeing and mental health across the whole school community,
Oak Grove College is going to be working towards achieving the NCB (National’s Children’s Bureau) Wellbeing Award for Schools.
Evidence shows us that wellbeing is of central importance to learning and attainment and the award advocates the use of ‘whole school approach’ where all aspects of the school experience are harnessed to promote the emotional wellbeing and mental health of students and staff.
We are looking at canvassing parent/carers views to support us in evaluating our current provision. Your views are important in helping us understand what we are doing well and how we can improve on this.
The link below will take you to a short survey – it should only take a couple of minutes. Please respond by the 3rd December.
Or copy and paste the followng
All responses and suggestion will be carefully considered and be used in our planning of the action plan.
Head2Head Theater Company is a volunteer led charity, which supports children and families with SEND.
They are performing a short breaks panto, details below:
Fun for children/young people with SEND & their families
Manor Green College, Crawley RH11 0DX
Saturday 15th December 2018
Performances at 11.15am & 2pm
£5 per person
Safe, accessible venues with free on-site parking
plus hoist/changing facilities at Chatham
For children with ASD/anxieties to have some chill-out time before, during or after the performance
To book a place or request an email flyer,
please contact Anni at Head2Head Theatre:
Tel/Fax: 01372 278021 Mobile: 07519 747 290
Full details on their website: http://www.head2headtheatre.co.uk/families/sit-down-theatre