The School has had boiler repaired and WILL be open to all tomorrow (27.3.17)
Welcome to Our School
Everyone at Oscott Manor School wishes you a very warm welcome to our website. Here you will find a lot of information about our school, and we hope you find it interesting.
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!
Don't forget to keep your eye on our latest news and latest events, which will keep you up-to-date with school activities.
Get in touch by any of the ways listed on the Contact Us page.
Do enjoy your visit, and we hope you will come back very soon!
Our strategic direction is to establish the school as a leading provider in Birmingham for pupils with Autism.
Our vision is to provide the best possible education for all our pupils.
Long Term Priorities
- To develop and further embed the school provision which promotes challenging and realistic opportunities and to develop the quality of teaching and learning to inspire all pupils to achieve.
- To ensure the school provides a supportive and stimulating environment to enable all pupils to achieve success.
- To enhance the Key Stage 5 curriculum to ensure pupils access appropriate accreditation skills and are enabled to be the best they can be.
- To ensure that the Governing Body holds the headteacher to account for the education performance of the school and its pupils.
Welcome from the Head Teacher
"Hello, my name is Joy and I am the Head Teacher and I would like to welcome you to our website.
Oscott Manor is a designated Community secondary special school for pupils with autism.
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, and objects of reference.
Pupils enter the school from the age of 11 and 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.
I hope you enjoy learning about us through exploring the pages of our site. If you would like to know any more information or have any questions, please contact the school office, who will be happy to help."