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Our aim is to give each and everyone of our children the best education we can!

Our Curriculum intends to enable our children to make the right choices, be prepared for life and be able to have opportunities at every stage of their life. We want our children to grow be resilient, have self-belief, confidence, and high aspirations for themselves. We want them to be kind, caring and good people.

To enable this to happen, we have high expectations for our children in their behaviour and their learning. We will support them along the way to be independent, ambitious and the best they can be.

Our philosophy is one of continuous improvement, driven by a profound moral purpose: we are determined to make the biggest difference, both inside, outside and beyond the classroom. 

I thank all OAT, Governors, pupils, parents, and staff for working so hard to make this provision possible and supporting our children, so they don’t miss out and they have an equal opportunity to access their education. We all have a responsibility to engage positively and work together to make sure our children do not have any more gaps in their education!

We say in school; “If one fails – we all fail!”

We push your child to achieve more and not give up – let’s not put limits on our children – let them compete fairly with every other child in the country and the world!

We have had some lovely messages from Parents, Carers and pupils during this time – have a read on our Parent Feedback Page

Stay safe and look after yourselves.

Ms Sashi Siva
Interim Principal

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