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Oastlers School

Flockton Road

Bradford

BD4 7RH


T:+44 (0)127 430 7456

E: office@oastlers.co.uk

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We want to make a positive difference to the behaviours and the emotional, and social needs of the learners entrusted to our care

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“Happy learners achieve their potential in a caring and supportive environment”

Oastlers School is a completely new co-educational school catering for a total of 80 pupils of secondary school age (11 to 19) who have emotional, social and behavioural needs.


The school was designed by architects BDP and built by FMP Limited on behalf of Bradford Council and its partner, Integrated Bradford.


Oastlers School is a culmination of years of hard work by various agencies within Bradford Council, from which specialists and professionals were drawn from many disciplines to create a highly personalised provision.

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Oastlers School will lay the foundations for life by offering a positive, rich learning journey for our school community. It will be characterised by high standards in literacy and numeracy offering a rich, broad and balanced curriculum leading to GCSE or similar outcomes.  


Our Post 16 offer includes A Level or equivalent in preparation for further education or employment.  This will be carried out in a happy, safe, secure and supportive atmosphere.

Lyndsey Brown: Head Teacher

“We want to make a positive difference to the behaviours and the emotional and social needs of the learners entrusted to our care”