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How we work

OHC&AT is comprised of four regional hubs. The regional hub model is central to how we work. It ensures that, as a large organisation, we stay connected as a family of providers, not just within OHC&AT but also within each local cluster. These clusters, or hubs, comprise OHCAT academies, Orchard Hill College centres, mainstream schools and other key stakeholders and partners. By operating in this way, our pupils, students and families are firmly ‘plugged in’ to their broader regional context but retain all of the benefits of the in-house collaboration and support that OHC&AT provides.

North West London and Slough

The Skills Hub

Young People’s Academy

Arbour Vale School

Wyvern House (college centre)

South West London

Bedelsford School

Dysart School

Nightingale Community Academy

Beaconsfield (college centre)

Vocational Centre (college centre)

Lomond House (college centre)

Camberwell Road (college centre)

Sutton and Croydon

Carew Academy

The Link Primary School

The Link Secondary School

Addington Valley Academy

VPC (college centre)

Garrett House (independent living facility)

Surrey and Sussex 

Brantridge School

Grafham Grange School

St Dominic’s School

Unified Academy (formerly Chart Wood School)

St Philip’s School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a very exciting and pivotal moment in the lives of St Dominic’s, Brantridge and Grafham Grange schools.  Academy conversion under the sponsorship of Orchard Hill College Academy Trust will help secure their futures and, no doubt, lead to better outcomes for pupils and students, families and carers, staff and all stakeholders.

Ken Cowdery, Chair of Governors

Latest News

Topping Out Ceremony for Addington Valley Academy

Today marked a great milestone in the construction of our first special free school in Croydon. Key stakeholders were invited by building contractor, Kier, to witness the ‘topping out’ of Addington Valley Academy. The virtual ceremony took place on the …

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Tracey Goodsell presents at the Academy Governance Summit 

Tracey Goodsell, Head of Corporate Governance for OHC&AT, was invited to speak at the Academy Governance Summit conference – Delivering resilient governance in academy trusts. The one-day virtual summit was developed for governance professionals, clerks, and anyone responsible for governance in trusts …

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Include Magazine

The latest edition of Include, our annual publication for stakeholders is available to read here.  It features articles from our Leadership Team and success and achievement stories from across the schools and college. If you would like a printed copy …

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Mental health article by Laurie Cornwell published in SEN Magazine

OHC&AT Executive Principal and Deputy CEO, Laurie Cornwell’s article on OHC&AT’s mental health strategy is featured in the January 2021 edition of SEN Magazine. The article illustrates the importance of a whole-school approach to positive mental health and wellbeing. You …

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