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Oakwood Park Grammar School
Oakwood Park, ME16 8AH, UK Maidstone
+44 (0)1622 726683


Founded in 1918 our school is situated in the beautiful parkland setting of Oakwood Park in Maidstone, Kent. Oakwood Park Grammar School aims to develop confident adults whose academic qualifications and personal qualities enable them to establish themselves in the world.


The school expects all students to strive towards fulfilling their academic potential by maintaining a high level of attainment and effort in all of the subjects that they study. At all times students should be considerate and respectful towards others and their property and so ensure a high standard of courtesy and conduct.

The school expects all students to take responsibility for their learning:

1. Ensuring arrival at all lessons on time and with the right equipment and books.
2. Ensuring that all class work and homework is completed to a high standard and is handed in on time.
3. Students should listen carefully to instructions and information and contribute to discussions when appropriate.
4. Students must work together and co-operate at all times.
5. Students must adopt a conscientious approach to their studies and maintain high standards of behaviour at all times.


Below the Sixth Form school uniform must be worn at all times (including to and from school).  This consists of:

  • School tie – this must be visible and show seven stripes
  • Blazer with school badge
  • Plain white or grey shirt which must be tucked in at all times with top button done up.
  • Plain grey or black pullover (if worn) with "V" neck.
  • Plain dark grey or black trousers, dark socks and black shoes.
  • Plain black belt (if worn).
  • Earrings, ear studs and jewellery are not permitted, nor the piercing of any part of the body.
  • Plain dark outdoor coat.

Items which are not part of the school uniform will be confiscated.  Coats must  be taken off before entry into school and must be placed in lockers.


Hair must be natural in colour and extreme hairstyles are not permitted.  Long hair must be tied back.


At Oakwood Park a large number of subjects are taught at GCSE and AS/A2 level. We are a specialist Mathematics and Computing College offering Mathematics, Further Mathematics and both ICT and Computing at Advanced level.

In addition we also offer Media Studies, Film Studies, Theatre Studies and Graphics at Advanced level as well as the more traditional subjects.


There are two points in their time at Oakwood Park that students have to make decisions about their choice of subjects. These occur in year 9 when they choose their year 10 options and at the end of year 11, when students need to decide what they want to study in the sixth form. The school publishes a year 10 options booklet and a sixth form subjects booklet to help students make these decisions.

These can be downloaded by clicking on the following links.



Oakwood Park School offers a large number of different AS and A2 level courses in the sixth form. Details can be found under different departments but for easy reference you can download the Sixth Form Subject Booklet by clicking on the link below.  
  Sixth Form AS & A2 Subjects


Oakwood Park Grammar School is a Specialist School in Mathematics and Computing. The Specialist Schools Programme helps schools, in partnership with private sector sponsors and supported Government funding, to establish distinctive identities through their chosen specialisms and achieve their targets to raise standards. We have a special focus in Mathematics and Computing but still meet the National Curriculum requirements and deliver a broad and balanced education to all pupils.

The Programme promotes school improvement by providing opportunities for our school to work to our strengths, enabling us to deliver effective teaching and learning in our area of expertise, as well as across the curriculum, and drive innovation.

As a Specialist School we work with named partner schools for the benefit of pupils beyond our own boundary, together with other groups of people in the wider community. This ensures that the programme has impact by helping to create a diverse network of educational provision through the sharing of good practice and expertise.

We aim to:

Raise standards of achievement for all pupils, both in the specialist subjects and across the whole curriculum.

Strengthen and develop the quality of teaching and learning strategies in Mathematics and Computing and use this to help raise standards throughout the school.

Increase enrichment opportunities for extended learning through the specialist subjects, including links with private sector sponsors, business, further education institutions and organisations related to the specialism. The object being to raise achievement by encouraging a broader understanding of the relationship between specialist subjects and responding to pupils' needs and interests.

Encourage increased take up by stimulating interest in Mathematics and Computing.

Collaborate with designated Primary and Secondary partner schools to provide or facilitate high quality learning opportunities in our specialist subjects and raise standards by sharing facilities and resources to further enhance the quality of teaching.

Provide or facilitate high quality learning opportunities for members of, and groups within, the school's wider community, including local business, and develop and disseminate good practice.

We welcome the opportunity for our school to join and flourish in the world class network of innovative, performing specialist secondary schools that work with business and the wider community. We are committed to a programme of continuous improvement and leadership.

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