Oxfordshire Hospital School Report
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The Oxfordshire Hospital School caters for pupils who are experiencing medical or mental health conditions. The number of pupils on the school roll is subject to change. Pupils are admitted to hospital, identified as requiring outreach support or are reintegrated to their home schools on a daily basis. The school has three sectors, two of which admit pupils as inpatients, with the third sector supporting pupils as part of the outreach provision. Pupils with a range of medical and surgical conditions are admitted as inpatients to the Oxford Children’s Hospital (Oxford), the John Radcliffe Hospital, the Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital and Inspection report: Oxfordshire Hospital School, 6–7 July 2017 Page 10 of 13 the Helen and Douglas House Hospice (Oxford). Pupils are also admitted as inpatients to The Highfield Adolescent Unit, which is a psychiatric unit for young people with mental health needs. All pupils remain on the roll of their home school. The outreach provision supports pupils in the community with medical or mental health needs. Until recently, these pupils were taught in hubs in different sites across Oxfordshire. Following the previous inspection, the hubs have closed and pupils in the outreach sector are taught at home or in their home schools. A small number of children in the early years and students of sixth-form age are taught in the inpatient sectors. The proportions of pupils who are disadvantaged or who have special educational needs and/or disabilities continually change. The school does not receive any additional funding from the pupil premium. The current headteacher took up her post in September 2016, shortly before the previous inspection. Following the previous inspection, the governing body resigned and an interim executive board (IEB) was appointed. The school meets requirements on the publication of specified information on its website.
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