Langham Oaks is a special school which provides 80 places for boys between the ages of 10 – 16 with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH).
For a child to be admitted, Langham Oaks School must be named by a local authority, in the child’s education health and care plan (‘EHCP’) or statement of special educational needs. Parents wishing their children to benefit from our provision should ask their local authority to name our school in their child’s statement or EHCP.
Our school provides:
- Stimulating learning opportunities, through a robust, exciting, responsive, progressive curriculum and highly qualified, motivated and experienced teachers and learning support teams.
- Opportunities for pupils to enhance their life chances of through academic, personal and social development through the normal curriculum, the residential provision and the interaction with the wider environment.
- A positive ethos which values both pupils and staff and crucially the supportive relationship which is fostered when pupils develop trust in the adults they work with.
- Opportunities for pupils learn across and within the wider environment.
- A comprehensive curriculum (formal and informal) to ensure pupils leave equipped with skills and qualifications to make a success of their futures.
- Extended opportunities for enhancing learning through residential and extended day provision.
- Emotional support to all pupils to enable them to develop the necessary resilience to make a success of their education both at the time and in the future.
- Engagement with the whole family, supporting them to play an active part in the progress of the child.
Langham Oaks has high expectations, aspiration and ambition for all pupils and staff.