Groundbreaking robot project receives funding from Oxford Hospitals Charity

 By James Shryane, Assistant Headteacher Following the success of the telepresence robot initiative we launched last...

OHS on BBC Radio Oxford

BBC Radio Oxford's Breakfast Club show with David Prever featured an article on our robot project this morning....

Pupil Voice meetings gather valuable pupil views

by Victoria Stoneham, Teacher, and Lauren Bartle, Leader of Learning We have always valued Pupil Voice at the OHS and...

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Welcome from the head teacher

 

Welcome to the Oxfordshire Hospital School (OHS) website.

It is my privilege to be Headteacher of this unique school, where, with the help of a highly qualified, dedicated and enthusiastic team of staff, we consistently transform learning opportunities for the young people who come to us from the community of Oxfordshire and surrounding areas, providing them with access to teaching and learning resources that maintain their academic progress.

OHS is a special school with a special responsibility for preparing the young people we teach, for their futures, whatever it may bring regardless of the challenges that face them. OHS is a school where time is precious and where every learning opportunity must count.

We are proud of the learning culture we have created at the School and the strong values that extend from this.  Our teachers and support staff are innovative and skilled professionals who have developed broad, inspirational and modern learning environments to improve outcomes for young people.  We are also proud of the relationships that we have developed with our partner schools and Health Care Trusts without whom successful learning pathways would not be achievable.

The school is hugely ambitious and rightly so. Staff work tirelessly to improve the quality of learning for the children in their care, making their best even better and going beyond what is ordinarily possible. To achieve this, the relationship that OHS staff build with each young person’s family and home school has to be incredibly strong & effective.

Whether you are a parent, a student, a potential job applicant, or an interested visitor, I hope you enjoy finding out more about OHS from this website. We look forward to welcoming you to our dynamic and successful learning community in the future.

Best wishes,

Steve Lowe

 

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