Message from the Head Of School

Welcome to our website. We hope you find the information useful and are able to find out more about us. At Oakfield High School and College we understand the importance of preparing our young people for the future and we will help them to develop the skills and qualities they will need to make a positive contribution to the community.The opportunities and challenges offered at Oakfield allow learners to:

Enjoy their learning and celebrate achievements

Develop as caring and responsible members of the community

Make good progress in all aspects of their life

Develop confidence and self-esteem

We have high expectations for all our learners, in terms of academic, social, and personal achievements. This is in a safe, caring environment where every individual is nurtured. We encourage a commitment to lifelong learning and personal development.Learners enjoy coming to Oakfield and show a tremendous sense of pride in their own and the success of others. We have a superb school where staff, parents, learners and the wider community share our aims. This is a happy and successful school dedicated to making sure that all aspects of a young person’s development are met. We hope that every young person has a memorable and rewarding time here at Oakfield.

Sue Allen


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Photos from Oakfield High School and College's post

At Oakfield we believe in rewarding our learners for all their hard work and achievements. When a learner performs an outstanding piece of work they receive an excellence award and once they have ... See more

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Thank you to everyone who came into school today wearing odd socks in honour of 'World Down Syndrome Day'.

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Front Page - World Down Syndrome Day

Today is World Down Syndrome Day. To raise awareness of Down syndrome, learners and staff can come into school on Monday 22nd March wearing odd socks. They can be mismatched socks or your craziest ... See more

World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), 21 March, is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012.

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Mrs Brown and the Y7 staff team would like to say a huge well done! 🎉

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This week school and college will be taking part in a variety of activities within their bubbles, as part of Sun Safe Week to raise awareness of sun safety.

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Congratulations to everyone at Oakfield High School and College on the Achievement of the IQM Inclusive School Award.


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