Welcome to Oakfield School
Oakfield School is a co-educational school for both day and residential pupils who have Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties. The school caters for pupils between the ages of 11 and 16 years who have an Education Health Care Plan for special educational needs.
The school can accommodate a maximum of 110 pupils and has a Residential Provision that can accommodate up to 34 pupils.
Oakfield School aims to provide every pupil with a unique and enriching experience to prepare them for the next stage of their academic learning journey.
Consultation Proposal for Oakfield School
Oakfield School currently educates up to 110 pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties. Hull, like many local authorities, is experiencing a rise in pupil numbers and there is a need to create additional school places.
The proposal is to increase maximum pupil numbers of Oakfield School from 110 to 130, an increase of 20 places. The proposal is in line with the recently published SEND Sufficiency Assessment, which notes the shortage of secondary SEMH specialist places in Hull. The LA and the Governing Body have identified the commissioning intent to fill the additional places
This consultation form seeks your views on whether you support this proposed increase in the numbers of pupils at the school.
This consultation will remain open until Friday 13th October 2023. Please complete this form and return it to the Oakfield School reception. Alternatively you can email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
National SMSC Quality Mark
Oakfield School has been awarded Silver level of the National SMSC Quality Mark, and this has been confirmed by the Quality Assurance Panel.