These challenging times mean it has never been more important to carefully consider children’s wellbeing and happiness. So many people, both young and old, are anxious about the future. That’s why in 2009 we created a school that is truly different: prioritising the development of inner strength and social skills that will empower children to build the peaceful, tolerant world most of us yearn for.
We have a strong focus on resilience. This is not just bolted on to the regular curriculum; it has been deliberately built into our day-to-day educational programme and into the caring, respectful way our team of talented and committed educators support each student.
Small class sizes enable our educators to deliver our advanced, holistic curriculum in a way that is personalised to each child. This allows us to support them on their their unique path and make the academic curriculum meaningful through real-world experiences.
We keep our fees as low as possible to make this opportunity accessible to more families. If you would like to find out more, please do get in touch.
Children move through many crucial, short-lived developmental stages on their path to adulthood. Psychologists believe each stage provides the foundation for future stages, and that missing stages can limit future development.
The learning journey at Seven Oaks is designed to optimise the brain’s natural development, while honouring each individual and the natural variations each child experiences along their pathway.
Each student at Seven Oaks follows a unique path, moving on to each new stage when they are ready, but the year and age groups are broadly outlined below.
School performance is traditionally measured by their academic results via Progressive Achievement Tests or other quantitative tests. Seven Oaks scores are outstanding in these tests, however our children’s happiness and parents’ satisfaction are the most important measures that motivate us to evolve and fine-tune the education we offer. Our students’ strong academic results are a natural outcome of the attention we pay to their social and emotional growth.
(Percentage above national average by length of time at Seven Oaks)
This graph illustrates the typical growth in academic results according to how long students have spent at Seven Oaks – the longer they spend at Seven Oaks the stronger their academic results.
Based on our PAT scores, students who start at year 1 are likely to be almost 60% above the national average by the time they finish year 8.