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Year 6 Transition

Looking forward to Larkmead – dates for your diary

New Year 7 Welcome Evening on Tuesday 7th May 2024, with two sessions at 6.00pm & 7.00pm.

You will hear from Mr Dennett (Headteacher) and Ms Watkins (Key Stage 3 Coordinator), meet some new friends and discover more about Larkmead. This event is for students, parents and carers.

Primary school visits during May 2024

Moving to your new secondary school is exciting, and you will have lots of questions. Meeting you in your primary school helps us to get to know you and make sure you are feeling confident about all that life at Larkmead has to offer.

Extra induction morning on Thursday 20th June 2024

Some of you will be invited to an extra, special induction morning. We discuss this with primary schools, and we will send an invitation to your parents if we think you will benefit from this.

Induction Evening is on Tuesday 25th June, with two sessions at 6pm & 7pm

This will be in the Main Hall. You will meet the other students in your tutor group. Mr Dennett will speak to you and your parents/carers and you will be able to meet other key staff, including our SENCo and staff from Student Services.

Induction day Wednesday 26th June 2024

You’ll discover more about Larkmead so that you are confident and really looking forward to joining us in September.

4th September 2024: Start of Term 1

You will start and end your first day with your tutor and start to settle in with just you and the Sixth Form in school that day.


Send admissions

Larkmead is an inclusive school which attracts students with a range of special needs. To address the demands made on SEND provision at Larkmead we use Provision Mapping. This allows for a range of group and individual interventions to be put in place which to appropriately and effectively meet student needs.

Support for students with Education and Health Care Plans (EHCP) will be prioritised through the provision mapping system. Group interventions are targeted towards those with similar needs whilst recognising that some students will need more support than others.

occ admissions

Applying for a school place can leave you confused and raise many questions.  The Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) ‘Starting School’ pages will help you with everything from advice on choosing a school, help with the  Online Application Process through to available transport routes serving the schools.

*Larkmead School is not responsible for the accuracy of external websites or documents linked to this site.



Oxfordshire County Council Admission Rules for Community Secondary Schools

In accordance with legal requirements, children who have a Statement of Special Educational needs naming the school in Part 4 of the Statement will always be admitted. The admission rules for community secondary schools can be found at the link below:

Admission Rules and Codes

*Larkmead School is not responsible for the accuracy of external websites or documents linked to this site.