Meet the Key Stage 3 team:
In class one we have a very active timetable, we like hands on activities and visit lots of different areas in school. We like to visit weekly the sensory room and soft play area, adventure play, the ICT suite, the cooking room, the ball pool and the bikes and go karts.
In class there is lots to do and lots for you to play with at choose time. We love sensory and creative activities and we have them in most sessions. We are a structured class with a timetable, bay areas for independent work, group work areas and a playground for ourselves. We have lots of rewards and consequences for you and your own reward chart.
We are all excited to see you in September and wish you a happy holidays!
I am Rebecca
“Hi, my name is Tori and I am delighted to be your child’s new class teacher. I enjoy all aspects of dance, performance, movement therapy & relaxation, fitness & health & well-being. I look forward to getting creative in the classroom & ensuring sure that learning is beneficial but most of importantly, lots of fun! Class 3 will make good use of school’s wonderful indoor & outdoor resources, as I believe that practical learning is beneficial. My top priority as a teacher is making sure that all children remain happy & safe in school.”
I am Angela
Hello my name is Ann, I am the teacher in Class 6. I am really looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Oakfield Park School. I have lots of fun and creative activities for you experience this year and a range of musical interaction games to play. I have lots of free choice toys, games, lego and books for you to share and an outside yard to play on. Class 6 love to sing and sign a variety of familiar songs to support your communication, we love to cook, make lots of crafts and explore the wider community on the school minibus. I have a structured classroom with a visual timetable, group table and work bays to support your learning and independence and some fantastic teaching assistants that support me. The topic in September will be Colour. Have a lovely summer, see you very soon.
My name is Henri-Leigh and I have been given the privilege of being your child’s new teacher in September. I have recently qualified from a PGCE at Sheffield Hallam University and have experience at Oakfield Park as a supply teaching assistant. Outside of school, I enjoy keeping active by going for walks with friends and family, as well as regularly baking and spending time being creative in the kitchen. I’m very excited to have been given this opportunity and I thoroughly look forward to meeting you and getting to know you all in September.
Meet the Key Stage 4 Team
Hi, I’m Jadie I am the teacher in Class 8 – Key Stage 4. I have worked throughout school with a wide range of students during my 13 years at Oakfield Park.It is my role as the teacher alongside the members of my staff team to provide a safe and caring environment to ensure all students are happy and well looked after. I have a structured timetable and use bay work and symbols to support the students and to maximise communication and understanding. I think students should have access to a curriculum that is adapted to make it exciting and interesting. I like to see students enjoying themselves whilst learning and make progress throughout all areas of the curriculum.The topic in September is Magic! I have lots of Sensory experiments, Magical stories and Magnificent activities which will be the magic key to learning the fun and exciting way! I look forward to seeing you all in September and have a wonderful Summer.
Hello. I’m Fran and I teach Class 9. I’ve been a teacher for 23 years with a background in mainstream, and have taught at Oakfield Park School for the last 9 years in lots of different types of classes. I’m very much looking forward to September and welcoming back our fabulous students – we’ve missed you!
In Class 9, we have a mixture of needs and our super staff team will ensure that you have a lovely varied programme of activities that work for you. We have a structured timetable but within it do all sorts of things: lots of independence tasks; exercise such as the gym or physiotherapy; singing and dancing; artwork; and of course, Literacy and Numeracy work which fits in with real life experiences. We work on communication a lot so do plenty of singing and signing and using whatever communication method you need. We work on social and emotional skills too, including good socialisation with peers so of course, we have to play loads of games!
I am Mel and the teacher of class 11. I have worked at Oakfield Park School now for approximately 17 years. I am part of a happy and lively class team dedicated to supporting the health, wellbeing, physical, medical and education needs of our very special students with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and Complex Needs (PMLDC). We encourage student’s creativity and help to develop their pre-verbal and early communication, emergent literacy and numeracy skills through play, music, therapies and a Multisensory approach to the curriculum. Our aim is to have as much fun as possible and make every moment count whilst maintaining and developing new skills to carry them forward into Post 16.
Hello my name is Megan, I am the teacher in class 10 – Key Stage 4 at Oakfield Park School. I have been at Oakfield Park School for the past 2 years and enjoy creating an exciting curriculum for you to explore. In class 10 we follow a structured timetable that includes lots of opportunities for different areas of learning that suits you as individuals. We are very creative in our class and enjoy visiting different areas in school. The topic in September is Magic and we have some very exciting lessons planned – myself and my fantastic staff team are very excited to see you all in September.
Hi, I’m Leighton and I have been a teacher at Oakfield Park for 9 years. I am teaching in Key Stage 4 and can’t wait to welcome you all to Class 12. I know some of you have not been in school for a while but we are a friendly staff team who will help you to settle back in. We will be doing lots of work to develop our independence and living skills such as cooking and accessing the community. There will also be plenty of opportunities to keep ourselves healthy through exercise. I love being creative in the classroom so we will be doing lots of art and craft activities too.
Hello i'm Naomi i have been working at Oakfield Park for two years as a teaching assistant whilst training to be a teacher. I am really looking forward to be teaching across school in September. I will be teaching in Ann's class for a day and a half a week and in Henry-Leigh's and Chloe's classes for half a day each. I love outdoor learning, music and being creative. I can't wait to welcome our students back in September and to meet our new students!'
Meet the Post 16 Team
I am Dale and I have been a teacher at Oakfield Park for the last 6 years. I am currently teaching in Post 16 and will be teaching in Class 13 this year. I am involved across whole school sporting events such as sports day and boccia competitions as well as sports competitions outside of school.
I'm Richard, I teach a class in post 16. You may see me in the post 16 area or out in the garden! We are lucky in school and have a sensory garden, polytunnel and an outside place for growing veg so plenty of places to get your hands dirty! I have worked here for two years now and I am still finding my way about the school so don't worry if you get lost on a visit. We are all looking forward to seeing the students again and a return to 'normality' and a new school year.
Hi I am Alison and I work as class 16 teacher in the Post 16 department. I love to get creative and messy in class, although I'm not so sure all my staff enjoy it as much as I do! I also enjoy running our busy, noisy MATP PE sessions in the hall each week.
Hello I am Sam, I am really looking forward to joining the team at Oakfield Park School. I am enthusiastic, caring, passionate about teaching and helping students become the best that they can be. I like to create a friendly and welcoming classroom environment, where students are encouraged to be independent and have fun with their learning. I take the time to get to know my students, and plan lessons based upon their likes and interests to create an engaging curriculum.