At Oak Hill your child will enjoy learning, experience success,
make friends and socialize.
Students applying to Oak Hill must be diagnosed with dyslexia and/or ADD/ADHD. This evaluation must be current and completed by an educational psychologist.
The student's assessment may show difficulties in reading, organisation of written language, spelling, mathematics, focus, organization, homework, or any combination of these issues. Oak Hill teaches strategies to develop these skills.
For further information please contact the Admissions Coordinator Patricia Spencer.
or by phone
+41 22 354 01 40
Oak Hill welcomes visits from parents, teachers and other professionals. We also hold regular Open Mornings.
Visitors see students demonstrating a typical reading lesson, showing their skills in the oral drill, phonological awareness, word attack and timed-test strands of Hill Methodology.
If you wish to visit please contact us either by email
or by phone
+41 22 354 01 40.
School calendar 2018/19
10 September – 13 December 2018
Monday 10 September
Monday 17 September (School closed)
Friday 19 October (School closed)
Monday 22 October – Friday 26 October
Monday 29 October
Thursday 13 December
Friday 14 December – Friday 4 January 2019
7 January – 12 April 2019
Monday 7 January
Tuesday 15 January (evening)
Monday 18 February – Friday 22 February
Monday 25 February (School closed)
Tuesday 26 February
Friday 12 April
Monday 15 April – Friday 26 April
29 April - 27 June 2019
Monday 29 April
Thursday 30 & Friday 31 May (School closed)
Monday 10 June (School closed)
Tuesday 11 June (School closed)
Thursday 27 June
8.00 - 8.50 Lesson 1
8.50 - 8.55 Break
8.55 - 9.45 Lesson 2
9.45 - 10.05 Playtime
10.05 - 10.55 Lesson 3
11.00 End of morning school
12.30 - 13.20 Lesson 1
13.20 - 13.25 Break
13.25 - 14.15 Lesson 2
14.15 - 14.30 Playtime
14.30 - 15.20 Lesson 3
15.20 End of afternoon school
If you would like to be considered for a teaching opportunity (supply) at Oak Hill, we encourage you to send a CV with an introductory email to our Team Leader - Patricia Spencer. Candidates with experience and post-graduate qualifications in Learning Support/Dyslexia are preferred. Apply here.