Oakhill is a non selective, Catholic independent day school which warmly welcomes applications from all families within the community. We believe that every child has the right to an Oakhill Education, should we be able to meet that child’s needs.

The best way to find out about Oakhill is by contacting Mrs Suzanne Spencer, the School Registrar, who will answer any queries and arrange a visit. Please call 01254 823546 or e mail

During the visit you will meet the Principal and key members of staff and the children. After this visit we normally arrange for two or more taster days to make sure that we can offer your child exactly what they need.

Latest Inspectorate Reports

Oakhill is inspected as a member of the Independent Schools Association by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).

Download a copy of the reports via the buttons to the left.

School Policies

Please click on the individual title bars to download the pdf, if available. All policies listed below and others are available upon request from the school. If you have any questions regarding any of our policies please do not hesitate to contact us.

Behaviour and Uniform Policy

Exclusion Policy

English as an Additional Language Policy

Curriculum Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy

First Aid and Medical Needs Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Concerns and Complaints

Oakhill values all feedback and keeps records of any concerns and complaints. Our complaints policy is available upon request from the school office. We pride ourselves in dealing with any issues promptly and with due diligence. In the previous academic year 2019-20 there were no formal complaints made to the school.

Academic Performance

We are a non selective school and we have high expectations for all of our pupils whatever their ability. The school’s overall profile is slightly above the national average. At all level pupils achieve above or at their predicted target and the majority of pupils are successful in securing a place at their first choice school or college when they leave us. We are very proud of our GCSE results for 2016-17, the second best set of results in the last ten years. 94% of our pupils scored at level 4 or above in English and Maths and our overall grade C pass rate was 87%. In 2017-18 79% of our pupils achieved a level 4 or above in English and Maths and our overall grade C level/4 pass rate was 81%.


Oakhill operates its own private bus service for pupils. The bus routes are revised according to demand from the beginning of each academic year.

Should you have any queries regarding the bus service and cost of this service please contact the school on 01254 823546


All pupils are required to comply with the Oakhill uniform policy, a full list of which is available below.

Senior & Prep School Student Council

The Senior Student Council are the elected representatives of the student body and work to improve the opportunities for students in school as well as supporting the work of charities to improve the lives of others beyond the school gate.

Our Council is elected every year in September and there are two representatives from each year group. The chair people are the Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl who also represent Year 11. It is their job to lead meetings and manage council projects during the school year.

The Prep School Council are chosen by our classmates to represent the Prep school. Our role is to work together to make our school a better place and to raise money for those in need. Our Council is elected every year in September. There is 1 representative from Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 and 2 representatives from Years 3 to 6. Teacher representatives are Mrs Thomas and Mr Lowry. We meet at least once a fortnight.