Cheshire

Who we are

The OAKS is an Ofsted outstanding provider of initial teacher training, working with hubs spread geographically across the UK. Our mission is to nurture future professionals and give back to the local communities through high quality teacher recruitment, education and retention.

The OAKS Cheshire Hub is located in the East Cheshire Region, and the lead school is Brine Leas School, Nantwich.

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Partnership schools and the lead school

There are eleven schools in the Cheshire Hub.

  • Lead school: Brine Leas School, Audlem Road, Cheshire, CW5 7DY
  • Headteacher: Mr David Cole
  • School website: www.brineleas.co.uk

Brine Leas School in Nantwich is a mixed secondary and sixth form academy for 11 to 19-year-olds. Brine Leas has been at the centre of its community for many years. Their success is based around providing a wide based curriculum that suits the needs and aspirations of their students. Their pastoral care is second to none, providing support for students and families from a wide and diverse catchment area in South Cheshire.

The Cheshire Hub comprises:

By training to teach within the Cheshire Hub, you will become part of an Ofsted graded outstanding teacher training provision. Our trainees benefit from a high-quality programme of in-school and hub-based support and training in additional to the excellent training provided by The OAKS. The combination of these programmes will help equip trainees with the skills, knowledge and practice to become highly effective teachers.

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OAKS main flier

How to apply for Cheshire Hub

  • Provider code: 18U
  • Lead school: Brine Leas School, Nantwich

For more information on how to apply please contact OAKS senior administrator Kirsty Pickin or OAKS administrator Kate Brown.

Latest tweets from the Cheshire Hub

Congratulations to Katarina Johnson-Thompson as she successfully defended her #CommonwealthGames #heptathlon crown. What we didn't know is that Katarina is close friends with the amazing #JodieComer & both attended OAKS partnership school @StJulies in Woolton, #Liverpool pic.twitter.com/q46YBswUDT

About 2 days ago

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