School Menus
File Name
School Menu Week 1
330 KB
School Menu Week 2
317 KB
School Menu Week 3
320 KB
    School Policies

    Please click on the individual links below to download the pdf. All policies listed below and others are available upon request from the school.

    The following policies are available on request:

    • Anti-Bullying Policy
    • Curriculum Policy
    • Data Protection Policy
    • Educational Visits Policy
    • EAL Policy
    • Exclusions Policy
    • First Aid Policy
    • Health and Safety Policy
    • PSHE Policy
    • Rewards and Sanctions Policy
    • Separated Parents Policy

    If you have any questions regarding any of our policies please do not hesitate to contact us.

    File Name
    DfE Guide to RSE in Primary for parents
    364.15 KB
    DfE Guide to RSE in Secondary for parents
    429.15 KB
    EYFS Guidance for Illness
    180 KB
    Oakhill Admissions Policy
    173 KB
    Oakhill Complaints Policy
    199.83 KB
    Oakhill Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Policy
    213.45 KB
    Oakhill Safeguarding Policy 2024
    750 KB
    Oakhill Safer Recruitment Policy
    357 KB
    Oakhill SEN Early Years Policy
    516.13 KB
    Oakhill SEN Policy
    219.26 KB
    Official Mission Statement
    135 KB
    Senior School Reporting and Assessment Timetable
    136.92 KB
      Uniform Policy

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

      File Name
      Nursery Uniform
      279.53 KB
      Prep Uniform
      101.20 KB
      Senior Uniform
      76.8 KB
        Latest Inspectorate Reports

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

        File Name
        Oakhill School Progress Monitoring Report October 2023
        110 KB
          Exam Results

          We are delighted with our most recent results which are again, the best yet. The tables below show pupils’ overall grades and more importantly, the amount of value an Oakhill education has added to each pupil.

          File Name
          GCSE Results 2023
          15 KB
          GCSE Results 2022
          54 KB
          GCSE Results 2021- Showing Added Value
          20.13 KB
          GCSE Results 2021
          26.76 KB
            Girls on Board

            We place a real priority on the happiness and well-being of our students. Girls on Board is a key part of our approach to pastoral care and it aims to empower our girls with the tools they need to solve their own friendship issues.

            Girls on Board initiative was originally developed by Andrew Hampton, Headteacher of Thorpe Hall School. It is an approach that helps girls, their parents and teachers to understand the dynamics of girl friendships. It uses language, methods and ideas which enable girls to understand and address friendship challenges.
            This innovative approach recognises that teachers and parents often have limited success when it comes to resolving conflict between girls. In fact, girls often report that involving adults only makes matters worse.

            How it is used

            The Girls on Board programme is a pro-active approach, which delivers sessions that bring girls together to explore key principles around friendship dynamics and challenges.

            Through these sessions, girls work together to understand that they all feel this way. They explore group dynamics, different personality types and behaviours and how to manage parent reactions.
            Girls on Board enables girls to resolve issues more effectively and aims to minimise the impact of conflict when it does arise, by encouraging open, honest and effective communication.

            Operation Encompass

            Schools in Lancashire participate in a project, called Operation Encompass, which is run in partnership with Lancashire Police.

            Following a domestic abuse incident attended by Lancashire Police, at which children from our school are present, Lancashire Police will notify us early the next morning and prior to the start of the school day. This enables us to offer support or whatever is needed to any child arriving at school. Each school has a member of staff (key adult) who is trained to liaise with the police, when required, whilst ensuring support is available to the child. The adults in our school are Mrs Buttery and Mrs Smith. The Key Adults will keep any information confidential, and will only share it on a need to know basis, for instance, to teaching staff for the child or young person. It will not be shared it with other school students.

            We are committed to providing the best possible care for all our pupils and a recent review of Operation Encompass showed that it is beneficial and supportive for all those involved. In the meantime, if you would like to speak to someone further about the project or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact either Mrs Buttery or Mrs Smith.

            What is Operation Encompass? National Website.