Headteacher - Abi Davis
Abi is a dedicated headteacher with a passion for Special Educational Needs (SEN). With over 11 years of experience in the education sector, Abi has established herself as a visionary leader in the SEN community. Her journey began by implementing the innovative REACh curriculum in her first school, transforming the educational experience for students with ASD. Focusing on her specialisation in Autism, Abi set up a satellite nursery to assess children for ASD, demonstrating her commitment to early intervention and tailored support. Abi then became Head of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 at an Autistic school in Hillingdon. With a clear passion for ASD, Abi was able to use her expertise to establish a new ASD school in Datchet, overseeing its rapid growth to accommodate 75 students. Abi's educational qualifications include an undergraduate degree in child psychology, a PGCE specialising in SEN, and a master's degree in ASD in education.
Assistant headteacher AND SENDCO - Cassia Minette
Cassia has worked in the world of SEN for the last 15 years, both as an SEN consultant and as a member of the senior leadership team. Cassia holds a master's degree in Severe, Profound and Multiple learning disabilities. She is passionate about supporting the learning and development of children of all abilities, not only in their academic skills, but also their personal and social development.
School Business Manager - Kerri Wiseman
Kerri first started working in education in 2012, supporting the School Improvement Team at Service Children’s Education in Germany whilst her husband was serving in the Army. This progressed to a role as a School Business Manager in one of their schools as her line manager encouraged her to complete a Level 4 School Business Manager qualification, achieved in 2014.
On Kerri's return to the UK, she has worked in primary & SEN settings as a School Business Manager. Kerri is looking forward to working at Oak Tree School as she is passionate about supporting learners to achieve the best outcome from their education.