We’re officially part of OHC&AT!

We’re pleased to announce St Philips School is now part of Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust (OHC&AT).

OHC&AT forms a family of specialist providers with a focus on pupils and students achieving their maximum potential within their local communities. By working together as a family, we are open to mutual benefits of strength and value from larger volume, especially for smaller providers. Their collegiate approach ensures the free flow of knowledge and expertise between members, allowing everyone to maximize value and reduce duplication.

This is an exciting step for the bright future of St Philips School and its pupils, and we look forward to building our partnership with Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust.

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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St Philip’s School is delighted to report that plans to extend the age range to offer education to year 5 and 6 pupils with moderate learning difficulties has taken another huge step forward. The Treasury Committee at the Kingston Council …

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St Philip’s Primary proposal gets the go ahead!

A proposal to extend the age range to year 5 and year 6 at St Philip’s school has been approved by the Department for Education. The application was strongly supported by Orchard Hill College Academy Trust, Achieving for Children, St …

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Proposal to extend age range and expand overall numbers

What’s being proposed? Our proposal is for St Philip’s to grow downwards to educate children in Years 5 and 6 as well as from Years 7 through to 14. The proposed expansion in age-range and overall numbers would provide 16 …

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