As our world continues to change in response to the COVID – 19 virus OAC will in the first instance continue to teach and support the learning of students enrolled in OAC subjects.
Lessons will continue as scheduled and resources for learning will continue to be available online.
We are aware that for many schools you have students learning on-site and off-site. To help OAC teachers to continue to support you as OAC coordinator and the learning of your students we offer the following:
If you have questions regarding a specific subject please contact the subject teacher directly.
If you have any questions about managing the continuity of learning for your OAC enrolled students please email Paul Hennessy [email protected]
OAC has developed a strong relationship with both DfE and non-DfE schools to provide curriculum options for their students:
This type of enrolment fills the gap when your school is unable to provide students with the subjects they need. More information
In this circumstance, schools are asked to read the Enrolment Information provided here.
Schools wishing to explore other options are encouraged to contact Student Services.
For further information about enrolment including criteria, dates and fees, please see the Enrolment section of the website.
Reports are available online along with other important information about learner progress and achievement through Daymap.
See sidebar for helpsheets to assist in accessing and using Daymap.
Communicating reasons for student absent to the school allows us to keep accurate attendance records and also to support students in their learning.
You can communicate reasons for student absence in the following ways:
Please read our Attendance Policy (see sidebar for downloads) and Enrolment Expectations.
Please read the Partnership in Student Learning Pdf in the sidebar of this page.
The Learning Technology team provide technical support to OAC students and parents/supervisors to assist them using our learning technology.
Helpsheets are available for the platforms supported by the College.
Last updated: 17 October 2022