Volunteer Centre Knowsley
Is run by Orthoptists to help children with eye problems related to or contributing to a specific learning difficulty.
The OOPs (Outreach for Our People) booklet is a directory of services in Knowsley covering five areas - Health and Social Care, Community Safety, Homelife, Leisure and Social Activities, and Finance. The OOPs booklet includes useful information for Knowsley residents such as what to do if you’re feeling unwell, what you can do if you’re concerned about anti-social behaviour, how to get advice about your housing options, what community groups are near you, and what money you are entitled to. The recently updated guide provides information to support a range of people including older people and adults at risk. Sections of the guide are colour coded and there is a handy index to make it easier to navigate.
Our sixth form is built around a set of core values: Meeting the needs of every student Raising students’ expectations of what they can achieve Valuing tradition and innovation to provide the best we can for all students Being inclusive and collaborative and providing a supportive environment where all students can flourish and reach their full potential. Their Local Offer information can be found here - http://www.ormskirk.lancs.sch.uk/images/docs/policies/ %20&%20Disability%20Local%20Offer.pdf
OSSME provides a unique service delivery system which acts as a support framework for children and young people with , their families, carers and the staff within the educational, work and other settings.
Here at Oakwood Home Learning we are a distance learning college specialising in a wide variety of online and paper based courses.
OCD-UK is the leading national charity, independently working with and for almost one million children and adults.
Situated in Great Crosby, Liverpool. The school supports pupils aged 7-16 years with social and emotional difficulties and pupils with autism.
52 week fully integrated provision in Darlington for young people aged 8-18 with complex educational needs and challenging behaviours.
An independent residential and day school in Cumbria for pupils aged between 8-19 with a range of behaviour, emotional and social special needs.

 The service aims to prevent offending and reduce re-offending by:

Our “Oakleaf” service is dedicated to helping children, young people (aged 4-18) and families during the difficult process of grief and loss, as a result of death, children experience emotional suffering and separation from a loved one.
Telephone: 0151 477 8220 Prescot, L34 6JJ
You can contact in person, by phone, email or in writing. This page features key Knowsley Council telephone numbers and One Stop Shop addresses.

The Old Schoolhouse began life as St. Agnes primary school. Today, a charity set up by local residents manages the newly refurbished building.

operates the Couple Connection and the Parent Connection Webservice to help parents work through their relationship issues together.