Bramley Oak Academy is a special school for boys aged 5-11 years with social, emotional and mental health needs. All pupils at Bramley Oak have an Educational Health Care Plan.
We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to fulfil their potential and have a successful future. We also know that great teaching helps all children become confident and respectful young people.
Education undoubtedly changes lives for the better in every community. Our school strives to create an atmosphere of mutual respect and resilience, supporting every pupil to progress successfully onto the next stage of their lives.
Our vision is to prepare every pupil for WORLD (working together, optimism, responsibility, learning and decision making) so that they develop the knowledge, skills and maturity to make thoughtful decisions and become purposeful young adults with bright futures.
To achieve this, our specialist teachers and support staff deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that addresses the academic, emotional, physical and social development of all pupils. The curriculum includes a core offer in literacy and numeracy alongside social, moral, spiritual and cultural awareness, together with pastoral and therapeutic support.
All our classes are small and arranged to best meet the individual needs of each child, which we base on their age, academic level and social and emotional needs.
This website provides information about our school including policies and information about our educational offer.
Mr Miller and Mr Forrest
Executive Head Teacher and Head of School at Bramley Oak Academy
Bramley Oak Academy is part of London South East Academies Trust. For more information on the Trust, click here.