To all parents and carers, the head teacher has issued a letter outlining the process for the wider opening of Kingsland school, for September 2020. This letter has been sent out to all home addresses, and is also available here >>>
Important Information for Parents, Carers and Pupils
We understand this is a difficult time, and we hope all our pupils and their families stay safe. Our staff are continually reviewing and uploading pupil work on to the learning zone found on the top menu. Click on learning zone, then COVID-19 Work to access this content. Within this zone there are 5 key areas. Click on the relevant subject to access a range of work within that topic.
Text messages will be sent to parents/carers when new content is added. If you have not received a text message, or you need to update your number with us, please get in touch via the mobile numbers above.
During this time, we have also identified the following educational websites, which can be utilised until further notice:
BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org
Maths is fun https://www.mathsisfun.com
Free School Meal Vouchers
Please can all parents who believe they are eligible for free school meals ensure they are linked to Kingsland school. Previous school eligibility, will not allow you to access the government voucher scheme. Parents are advised to contact the education shop directly.
Mental Health Advice & Support
For information regarding Mental Health advice and support in Oldham please click here or alternatively contact Mrs Millea, Mental Health Lead and SENDCo on 07496 601236 for more information.
If you have any safeguarding queries, please contact our DSL, Mrs Gregory on 07432 637 669.
Welcome to the Website of Kingsland School. We hope that the information provided gives you an insight into the work of our school and the values and vision that underpins our work.
We cater for pupils aged 11-16, aiming wherever possible for successful reintegration to a new mainstream school or accreditation leading to pathways into further education, work based learning, apprenticeship or the world of work at the end of Year 11.
We provide the following:
6th day provision to pupils permanently excluded from Oldham Secondary Schools and Academies.
Up to 25 hours educational placements and a minimum 5 hours home tuition for pupils whose social, emotional or mental health needs create a barrier to their attendance at school.
Full time placements for out of borough 'difficult transfer' pupils, for example pupils who have previously attended a Pupil Referral Unit in another Local Authority.
Re-integration support to pupils returning to a new mainstream school.
Permanently Excluded Pupils undergoing statutory assessment.