A structured, consistent and nurturing approach for young people with high functioning autism.
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Arc Oakbridge School is a specialist school in central Birmingham for children and young people with High Functioning Autism.
Our school offers a calm, low arousal, safe, positive and nurturing place where young people with a primary need of high functioning autism (ASC), including Asperger’s Syndrome and associated complex needs can learn and grow. We focus on maximising every individuals’ potential to develop into a confident, secure, well-adjusted and skilled young person who will make a positive contribution to society and live as independent a life as possible.
We will equip all children and young people with the necessary life skills, academic or vocational qualifications and emotional intelligence to succeed. This will be delivered by a committed and supportive team, utilising a well-resourced and developed curriculum.
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“The school is amazing and staff are all lovely and friendly. Would definitely recommend to others.”
“Now this is one facility which we should be shouting a little more about, a school for those young people with higher levels of autism, who can have difficulties in coping in mainstreams.”
“Walking in the door is where I knew I had done the right thing. You forget where you are. The school is small and ideal for children on the spectrum and they even have a dog Edie who is always happy to greet visitors and loves a fuss. She has been a key part in helping my son and even came for the tour with us.”
“Each room is designed with low arousal in mind. No busy over-stimulating walls, quiet areas for the children and individual work stations.”
Buckingham Street, Birmingham, B19 3HU
Headteacher: Phil Petch