Our sixth form caters for students aged 16-19 who are D/Deaf and/or with a range of special education needs, including autism and speech and language difficulties.
Our main aims are:
- To support our young people in making a successful transition from adolescence into adulthood.
- To provide an engaging curriculum that further enables personalised learning opportunities and allows our young people to both consolidate and broaden their skills.
- To ensure readiness for independent living, further education and/or supported employment and supported living.
- To support students in becoming active members of their communities, who participate and make a positive contribution.
All 6th Form students access learning at an appropriate level, within small teaching groups and with well-informed nurturing pastoral support. We take a holistic approach to preparing our young people for adulthood and key life skills are embedded within our curriculum and daily routines.
Our young people follow personalised study-programmes suited to their individual needs, interests and future aspirations. Our curriculum can be ever-changing, depending on the future goals and aspirations of our young people. Teaching staff work closely with other professionals and parents/carers when setting targets (EHCPs), and study programmes are tailored accordingly.
Students at Oak Lodge Sixth Form are usually working between Pre Entry and Entry Level 1 and follow one of three main pathways.
For more information about the Post 16 Curriculum please contact: Hana Mortimore on our information email address firstname.lastname@example.org