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Our Approach

Our Approach

We offer a specialist curriculum that recognises young people diagnosed on the autistic spectrum as an individual, and we work to help them realise their full potential.

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Meet Callum

Meet Callum

Callum enjoys cooking and being in the kitchen and is undertaking an NVQ in catering in school.  He enjoys relaxing with his friends and playing his guitar.

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Meet Samuel

Meet Samuel

Samuel's diagnosis and his difficulty understanding social boundaries made it difficult to relate to other children.  Samuel now enjoys coming to school and since starting he has made new friends.

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Meet William

Meet William

William's Allocated One To One has helped him to identify his strengths and to work on those to gain confidence and practise his work skills.

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LVS Oxford School for learners on the autism spectrum

LVS Oxford school offers a supported learning environment for young learners with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, aged 11 to 19.

Our person centred approach is focused on building life skills and educational achievement to give young people a greater chance of living more independently when they leave at 19 years old.

Our parents, students and supporting local authorities value our specialist care and innovative approach to helping young people reach their full potential.

We have day, weekly (Monday to Friday) and flexible (1, 2 or 3 nights) 38 week residential placements available for learners.  If you would like to find out more about placing a child with us or working for us please call us on 01865 595170.

 

Ofsted residential inspection February 2017 judges LVS Oxford GOOD (OUTSTANDING in the quality of care and support) 

"Staff have an excellent understanding of each young person's needs. Young people are prepared for their life after school through a targeted programme of life and social skills via an online system of goals and targets"

Ofsted inspection May 2015 judges LVS Oxford GOOD in all areas and GOOD for Overall Effectiveness 'Teaching is good.  The mix of academic expectations and good knowledge of students so that they can overcome their barriers to learning is very effective'.  Read the full reports.

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