The Oaks Specialist College
We have been awarded Outstanding in all areas following our OFSTED inspection in May 2023.
Our aim is to complement and work alongside existing providers in the area, to ensure that the needs and aspirations of all learning difficulties and disabilities (LLDD) young people can be met locally. Our learners travel to the College from West Kent, other areas of Kent, Bromley, and East Sussex.
We work closely with a number of employers and other organisations to ensure that the skills, knowledge and understanding gained in college are applied in the “real world” so that every learner makes clear progress and develops into a young person who is respected and valued in their community and is confident and able to contribute fully. On leaving The Oaks our young people will gain employment, further training or meaningful volunteering roles and be able to live their life more independently – with less dependency on others as they continue to develop, mature and thrive.
Our mission is to put young people with learning disabilities at the heart of all that we do. We achieve our success by having a great team of staff who really care about the work that they do with our young people and who have a wide range of skills and expertise plus drive and total commitment to our vision.
Our vision is to give all of our young adults opportunities to discover ways of learning that engage them and enable them to gain new skills and knowledge. We strive to ensure every learner is exceptionally well prepared to live a positive, meaningful and productive long term future
The Oaks Specialist College learners have diverse needs and come from a range of socio-economic backgrounds.
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