Tunmarsh Oak Outreach
The Oak provision is an outreach provision for students who are unable to attend school due to medical or mental health reasons. Teachers deliver core curriculum subjects and with the support of working closely together with students’ referring schools, are able to support with the delivery of a wider curriculum. Pastoral support staff are available to provide mentoring sessions and will be able to assist with reintegration to a mainstream setting if and when appropriate. Teaching may take place in a students’ home, out within the community, or in the dedicated on-site classroom at Tunmarsh School. We also offer teaching via online learning lessons which are taught by teachers from within the school. Students are able to access Oak class provisions VIA our online learning offer. Students accessing the Oak provision have an offer of up to 25 hours of education, however it is recognised that for those students who are accessing home tuition medical and mental health reasons, timetables are developed around what is suitable for each individual student. We encourage students’ mainstream schools to play a significant role in delivering education for students referred to the Oak Provision. This ensures that students remain engaged with their mainstream school community, and are able to access the wider range of subjects taught.