Oaklynn School - Satellite

Rūma 6 & Rūma 7

At Oaklynn, the philosophy is that every child can learn and thrive when given the proper support. The curriculum aims not just to build academic skills but life skills as well, from learning to communicate needs to practising self-regulation strategies. Social growth is also a priority, as students are given many opportunities to interact with mainstream peers. Inclusion is promoted through our peer play programme and frequent community field trips to places like local parks. These outings provide a chance to form friendships and practice social skills in natural environments.

The Oaklynn Special School has a unique and collaborative relationship with therapists and specialists to provide the best support for their students. At Oaklynn, there is an integrated team of occupational therapists, speech therapists, physiotherapists, and other professionals who work closely with the teachers and administrators. The therapists regularly observe students in the classroom and provide consultation to teachers in creating a targeted curriculum for their needs. There is ongoing communication between the teachers and therapists to share observations, strategize ways to support specific learning goals, and track progress.

Within Oaklynn, we run many different programmes to support our student's development. The staff are specially trained to understand the needs of their students. With research-based programs like TEACCH, Attention Autism and Experience Sharing, Oaklynn provides a supportive learning environment tailored to help their students thrive. The school celebrates the unique perspectives of their students while giving them the skills to succeed academically and socially.

With a compassionate staff and research-based programming tailored to each child's unique profile, Oaklynn Special School creates an environment that is inclusive to all. Within these walls, students are given the tools and encouragement needed to gain confidence, independence and a lifelong love of learning.

Victoria Court

New Entrants

Rūma 7


Belinda Kinghan

Upper Juniors

Rūma 6