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Ocker Hill Infant & Nursery School
Gospel Oak Road, DY4 0DS Tipton
0121-556 1119

Welcome to the Sandwell 14-19 Learning website, which has been designed to provide you with the latest information on both local and national developments relating to the 14-19 agenda.

14-19 Learning, Inspired by Young PeopleOur aim is to inform you of the work undertaken within Sandwell, the collaborative working arrangements within consortia including the successful partnership links across the Black Country and wider afield.

It is hoped this site will provide you with opportunities and initiatives to share information and methods of good practice within your area of work.

We would welcome any feedback on the contents of the Sandwell 14-19 Learning. If you would like to make any comments/suggestions of recommendations, please contact the team by completing our Online Comments Form which can be found on our Contact Us page. If you would like to be kept informed about the latest 14-19 Developments (locally and nationally) then please subscribe to our mailing list.

About the Unit

Originally known as Post 14, the unit was formed in January 2002 to focus upon devising a curriculum entitlement for all 14-19 learners in Sandwell. With the strong partnership links between Sandwell LEA and Black Country LSC our aim was to ensure that partners work together in ensuring that wider curriculum choices were available for all learners within the 14-19 age range.

Now rebranded and known as Sandwell 14-19 Learning we continue to strive in our overall vision - 'working together to put the young people of Sandwell first'. Our vision is to guarantee all young person in Sandwell a dynamic and innovative education and training environment that will enable them to experience high quality provision that significantly improves achievement, choice, inclusion, equality of opportunity and progression.

Sandwell 14-19 Learning has continued to progress effectively and positively over a period of time. The team continues to work with many external agencies in order to plan and support a curriculum that will suit each individual. With your interests and support we hope to continue in delivering our Vision for all 14-19 year olds in Sandwell.

Admissions to School

Information for parents with children who are about to start school for the first time, or whose children will be moving to a new school.

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The information is intended to help parents make an informed decision about which schools they wish their children to attend and how to go about applying for admission to school. Schools can also be contacted directly for further information and Headteachers will be able to send you a written prospectus and arrange a time for you to visit.

We try to make sure that as many pupils as possible are offered places at one of their preferred schools. At all stages of the process the Admissions Team will do everything they can to provide you with further information and support.

Sandwell produces information booklets to help parents in the application for their childs place. These booklets are available for viewing via the links below.

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