Outstanding in all areas – Ofsted March 2018
Safe, welcoming environment where pupils effectively manage their frustrations and anxieties
Dedicated and effective specialist staff team
An outstanding primary school catering for children with SEMH, Autism and associated conditions.
A bespoke curriculum tailored to each pupil’s individual needs.
A specialist provision developed to meet the needs of our children with Autism.
Oakfield House School
Oakfield House School offers an outstanding & therapeutic educational approach, ensuring pupils who’ve struggled in previous provisions can settle, be happy and make extraordinary progress in their learning.
The large 19th Century country house is set in eight acres of beautiful parkland where experienced staff provide pupils with innovative opportunities for enjoyment and learning beyond the classrooms, helping children re-engage with their education.
Pupils are grouped in small classes best suited to their needs, and as well as the classrooms in the main house, there is also a separate, well resourced, purpose-built suite of classrooms for pupils who are on the autistic spectrum or have other complex needs.
The children at Oakfield House have a range of educational needs, including social, emotional and mental health difficulties which have made it hard for them to cope elsewhere.
The school, judged Outstanding in all areas (Ofsted 2018) attracts pupils from across Lancashire and beyond; its location makes it easily accessible from the north-west motorway network.
"I felt like I have a great support in my life to help with E, I've always been the only one who knows all about him but I realise that is no longer the case. Pam is really knowledgeable and wants E to progress and grow as much as I do." Parent
"We are so pleased with H's progress since he has started at Oakfield House. His behaviour, concentration and his overall well-being and happiness are the best they have been for many years. We are so grateful to all the staff. They are fantastic!" Grandparent
"A big thank you for everything you have done for C in the time he has been with you. He is a lot calmer, understanding and most importantly feels safe. Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts." Parent
"Keep up the good work and support you give; it never goes unnoticed by us. Be sure to put your feet up at the end of the day knowing you have made a difference and are the heroes in the eyes of the parents of the children you are keeping safe." Parent
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