King’s Oak Primary School is a large multicultural primary school for children from 3-11 years with a preschool for two year olds. The school has a Specialist Resourced Provision (SRP) for children who have identified social communication needs and/or a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and who fall within the category of mild to moderate learning needs. The SRP is for pupils whose primary needs are communication and interaction. The admission arrangements for all year group SRP places are made by the local authority (Achieving for Children - AfC).
We are committed to equality of opportunity and ensure that every child has equal access to all areas of school life. We believe that every child has the right to achieve his/her full potential. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school.
At King’s Oak Primary School, we make provision for every kind of frequently occurring special educational need with or without an Education, Health and Care Plan, for example dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language needs, autism, learning difficulties and social and emotional difficulties. There are other kinds of special educational need, which do not occur as frequently and with which the school is less familiar, but we can access training and advice so that these kinds of needs can be met.
The school also currently meets the needs of a number of pupils with an Education, Health and Care plan. Decisions on the admission of pupils with an existing Education, Health and Care plan are made in conjunction with AfC.