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Kingstanding School
Old Oscott Hill, Birmingham,B44 9SP
0121-360 8222

Welcome to our School

The entrance to our SchoolEveryone at Oscott Manor School wishes you a very warm welcome to our exciting web site. Here you will find a lot of information about our school, and we hope you find it interesting as well as entertaining.

Browse our site by clicking the links at the top or bottom of the screen. It is easy to navigate, and your route is always shown on the top left of each page, so you won't get lost!

We've also tried to make it as accessible as possible - go to our Accessibility page for more details.

Don't forget to keep your eye on our News and Diary page, which will keep you up-to-date with school activities.

Get in touch by any of the ways listed on the Contact Us page, and whilst you are there, don't forget to let us know what you think of our web site by leaving a comment on our Guestbook.

Do enjoy your visit, and we hope you will come back very soon!

A welcome from our Headteacher

Our Headteacher"Hello, my name is Joy. Welcome to our web site.

I hope you enjoy learning about us through exploring the pages of our site. If you would like to know any more, or come and visit us, please contact the school office.

We are a Community Special School meeting the needs of up to 70 pupils with Moderate, Severe, Complex, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, ASD and Sensory Impairments.

All our pupils receive an appropriate, relevant, challenging, developing, exciting, broad, balanced curriculum, delivered in a relevant and differentiated manner, enabling progression and continuity to be experienced.

We promote and ensure the recognition of the importance of communication for everyone and use a range of strategies to support this, including sign language, PECS, AA and objects of reference.

Pupils may enter the school from the age of 11 and may continue until the age of 19, if the placement is appropriate.

The school strives to foster the development of our pupils, who have a wide range of special educational needs, by meeting their needs and giving them the confidence and competence to lead as independent, purposeful and enjoyable lives as possible.

Oscott Manor provides a caring environment based on courtesy, good manners and respect for others, regardless of race, gender, religion or ability."

Aims and Values

Oscott Manor School aims:

Our dedicated staff, helping students with a range of learning difficulties
Our dedicated staff, helping students with a range of learning difficulties
  1. To meet the broad range of special educational needs of pupils with Severe and Profound Learning Difficulties within the North Birmingham area.
  2. To actively respond to the special educational needs of our pupils by providing appropriate access to experiences, teaching and learning and the acquisition of knowledge through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum to meet the individual needs of children. This includes:
    • Access to the National Curriculum, the Foundation Curriculum and the school's own specific SLD / PMLD curriculum to meet the child's current learning needs.
    • Providing the pupils with teaching and learning experiences to promote the development of knowledge.
    • A rich and stimulating environment for the pupils and structured learning opportunities to enable each pupil to develop his or her full potential.
    • A Personal, Social and Health Education curriculum focusing upon encouraging the pupils to be independent.
    • A developmental curriculum to meet the needs of pupils who require early skills.
    • Access to Physiotherapy, Hydro therapy and Speech and Language therapy in order to enhance the development of the whole child.
  3. The use of effective communication, in which the 'whole person' is developed.
  4. To effectively promote the personal and professional development of all staff at Oscott Manor School, developing new skills in order to benefit both pupils and staff.
  5. To create a pleasant, nurturing and enabling learning environment which records and celebrates pupil achievements and where mutual respect and caring for another is developed.
  6. To develop opportunities with mainstream schools where appropriate to the needs of our pupils.
  7. To ensure that all our pupils are treated equally regardless of race, gender or disability, focussing upon the positive nature of children, their development and celebrating their successes within education.
  8. To establish a positive relationship with parents, promoting effective communication and working together in planning priority areas for pupils.
  9. To maintain strong links with the community, developing a relationship based on mutual support, respect and trust.
  10. To enable leadership staff to form an effective and well-informed team which, together with the strategic support and guidance of the school's governing body, gives leadership to a vibrant, reflective, and pro-active learning environment for pupils and staff.

Our School Values

"Recognising the inherent value of each unique person, thereby promoting their well being to ensure they achieve their full potential".

Our Mission Statement

To provide:

  • A broad balanced and differentiated curriculum
  • High expectations
  • High quality learning experiences
  • Equal access and opportunity for all
  • Effective communication and independence skills
  • Positive home school links
  • Dignity and respect

Oscott Manor School Rules

  • Be nice and kind to everyone - be friends
  • Be polite and use nice words
  • We will not raise our voices or call others names
  • Look after other people
  • Play nicely
  • Work hard and be helpful to all
  • Look after school property and others things
  • We will be sensitive to others beliefs, religions and cultures

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