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Oakridge School & Nursery

Working together to succeed

'Working together to succeed'

Special Educational Needs (SEN)

If you have any queries about SEN provision at Oakridge, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Priest, our SEN Coordinator, through the office email address:

Oakridge School supports pupils with Special Educational Needs in light of the new SEN Code of Practice which came into force in September 2014.  Our report has  been approved by the Governing Body and can be accessed below.


The Bucks County Council website  will also give you more detailed information :

The Oakridge Local Offer can also be found if you follow this link:


Free, impartial and Independent support is available from Bucks SEND IAS service who exist to support children and young people with SEN, and their families.

You can phone 01296 383754, email or go to the website


You can also look at our Special Needs Policy in the policy section of this website


Walking With You



Walking With You is a local, parent led, organisation supporting children and families who may be

experiencing mental health difficulties.


For more information you can contact Roxy Uritescu at 


Follow the links below for further information.

16th May 2022

SEND review: Right Support, right place, right time.


SEND review: Right support, right place, right time . Public Consultation open from March 31st to July 1st 2022

The government published a green paper on the future of the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and alternative provision and is undertaking a public consultation on the green paper’s proposals . Please see link below to the online consultation and pdf with further information below.



Thank you to all who attended the Coffee Morning last week.

The topic for discussion was supporting Reception and Year 1 children focus and pay attention to learning and tasks.

The event was well attended and the feedback has been very positive. 


If you were unable to attend, please follow the link below to view the power point presentation.


Looking forward to the next event!


Kind Regards

Mrs Priest

Helping children focus and attend

Coffee Morning


Inviting Parents of

Year Reception and Year 1 Parents


Please come and share a cuppa and a cake at Oakridge School:


Thursday 31st March




School Hall

drop off your children and then come to the Main Entrance



Topic for discussion:


Supporting your child to Focus and pay Attention

 in the Classroom



It has been difficult for our little ones to start school life after such a turbulent time of Covid-19.


Many children did not have the experience of nursery or play groups, or even the chance to interact with family members.


Learning how to play, listen and interact effectively is a skill that is often learnt, our coffee morning will provide the opportunity to share ideas, discuss our worries and develop some ideas to best support our children.



Guest speakers:

 Abigail Hills and Hayley Morgan


Trainee Educational Psychologists


Please follow the link on the page below to read the Buckinghamshire's SEND Improvement Newsletter.


Here you will find additional information and support for children with SEN across Bucks. Including Holiday programmes, workshops, support groups and the Local Offer.

Message From Bucks SEND Team


FACT Bucks, Buckinghamshire’s parent/carer forum and Bucks SEND Information, Advisory and Support Service (SENDIAS) are conducting our annual survey of parents and carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Buckinghamshire.


The survey will run until Monday 28 th February.


To access it, click the link on the next page.

Message from Claire Graham


I run inclusive and accessible activities in Buckinghamshire for people with additional and complex needs; and I am trying to reach families that would benefit from attending. 


I run sessions for children, young people and adults with a varying range of learning disabilities. I run sessions from sensory storytelling to accessible live music events. 


Our next sessions are being held in Holmer Green Village hall on Friday 24th September (for over 18's) and Saturday 25th September (for under 18's). 


Claire Graham

Activity Coordinator & Founder

Inclusion Un.LTD 



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Inclusion Unlimited

Inclusion Unlimited

Oakridge School Special Educational Needs Information Report

2021 - 2022

SEN Information Report: Linked to the Local (Authority) Offer

Oakridge School Special Educational Needs Information Report

2020 - 2021

SEN Information Report: Linked to Local Offer

Ordinarily Available Provision Bucks:

Guidance to support schools and education settings, clearly outlining their roles and responsibilities to students and young people in their care.

SEN courses & information