T:+44 (0)127 430 7456
Safe, Secure and Successful
We want to make a positive difference to the behaviours and the emotional, and social needs of the learners entrusted to our care
Making a difference to young lives
Good relationships between our school and the community give our learners a greater chance of success
01274 307 456
Bradford BD4 7RH
The changes in the Children and Families Bill affect the way children with special educational needs (SEN) are supported in school. The new approach begins in September 2014 and places learners at the centre of planning.
Work with real life chef James Holden!
Oastlers is running the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts ‘Chefs Adopt a School’ Programme for 6 weeks
From: Wednesday 21st September (1pm – 3pm).
Come along and learn some new recipes and get new skills. Numbers are limited.
Call: Joanne Taylor on 01274 307 456 to book your place today!
Founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, the Macmillan Cancer Support is one of the largest British charities and provides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.
Join us for the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ and help make sure no one faces cancer alone.
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Our school has new state of the art facilities with first class resources... Our well planned curriculum and highly committed staff team believe that ‘Every Child Matters’. Together we can shape an experience sure to prepare your child for a very bright future indeed. By working with you we are confident that we can bring about positive change. If you have not yet had the opportunity to visit the school, you, our parents/carers, are more than welcome to contact me and arrange a visit.
I would like to extend a very big welcome and thank you for your interest in Oastlers School.
Oastlers School will become a centre of excellence. Feeling safe, secure and successful is at the heart of the school ethos. We do this by providing an innovative learning journey that is taught by highly qualified, skilled teachers alongside our specialist care team who are on site and available to give additional support and guidance.
We have a proven system of rewards and incentives, underpinned by strong structures and boundaries so that everyone develops self-belief anas an examplesee themselves as a positive learner. We understand that your child may not have enjoyed school, but we are committed to replacing any negative experiences or sense of failure with success.
Lyndsey Brown - Head teacher.
Friends of Oastlers: ‘Chefs Adopt a School’ 6 week Programme, runs from the of 21 September 2016 (1pm-3pm) Call 01274 - 307 456 for more information. Limited spaces available
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