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  1. "Ready for life – realizing potential, learning respect, and taking responsibility". Welcome to The Oxford Academy in Kuwait, we are proud to be an accredited Cambridge IGCSE International Academy, following the British National Curriculum from KG to Year 11. We hold the principle that it is our role to lead by example and impart the necessary skills and attributes that will enable our students to achieve their chosen career path. In today's highly competitive and international job market students must develop a wide range of social and academic skills to succeed. These skills cover traditional values such as honesty, trust, and respect as well as workplace skills such as organizational, entrepreneurial, and team-based competencies. At Oxford Academy, we target to develop these areas in all our students. Realizing potential is providing the environment and good teaching practices that ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve or exceed their personal and Academy-based target grades in all aspects of the curriculum they follow. Oxford is proud that year on year, our students continue to make more progress in the core subjects than many other local schools. Learning respect is key to success as well as recognizing that everyone has a vital role to play in all successful organizations. The behavioral program highlights and promotes to our students the value of understanding and respecting each other, which helps contribute greatly to a calm and organized learning environment where everybody’s contribution is valued. Taking responsibility is where students take ownership for their actions and accountability for the outcomes. Oxford Students are taught in an environment that promotes and encourages them to become effective and happy members of the community. This is incorporated not only in everyday lessons but also in the wider Academy pastoral curriculum. Students are allowed to attend programs aimed at encouraging them to be responsible for maintaining self-awareness and emotional resilience including afternoon clubs, trips, and positions of responsibility that will become available during their educational journey through the Academy. By working together we will be able to provide an outstanding educational experience for all of our students. This collaboration will support each of them in their ambition to succeed in each stage of their education and the career that they choose to pursue. Throughout the year children will be involved in a variety of different activities including Sports Day, Character Day, National Day Celebrations, and Class Trips. These activities will enhance their learning environment and provide them with opportunities to mix with other children. We are ready for the exciting year ahead. Oxford Academy is committed to academic excellence through personalized learning for every student and careful attention is given to student’s learning styles and learning needs. Oxford Academy is a school where rigorous goal setting is linked to quality assessment of learning outcomes and a school where lessons are enjoyed and students are supported beyond the classroom in their journey to adulthood. Oxford Academy is a school where students, staff, parents, and the wider community share a close connection, are happy, challenged, and rewarded. Oxford Academy is a school where we all have a voice within a culture that recognizes each person's ability. Oxford Academy is a school where we all have a strong sense of personal worth and where under-achievement is not accepted. Oxford Academy is a school where we all aspire to excel. To be one of Kuwait’s leading and most inspiring international schools, providing a well-resourced, strongly academic, British-style education. Our philosophy is to provide an education in which seeks excellence from all.
  2. "Ready for life – realizing potential, learning respect, and taking responsibility". Welcome to The Oxford Academy in Kuwait, we are proud to be an accredited Cambridge IGCSE International Academy, following the British National Curriculum from KG to Year 11. We hold the principle that it is our role to lead by example and impart the necessary skills and attributes that will enable our students to achieve their chosen career path. In today's highly competitive and international job market students must develop a wide range of social and academic skills to succeed. These skills cover traditional values such as honesty, trust, and respect as well as workplace skills such as organizational, entrepreneurial, and team-based competencies. At Oxford Academy, we target to develop these areas in all our students. Realizing potential is providing the environment and good teaching practices that ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve or exceed their personal and Academy-based target grades in all aspects of the curriculum they follow. Oxford is proud that year on year, our students continue to make more progress in the core subjects than many other local schools. Learning respect is key to success as well as recognizing that everyone has a vital role to play in all successful organizations. The behavioral program highlights and promotes to our students the value of understanding and respecting each other, which helps contribute greatly to a calm and organized learning environment where everybody’s contribution is valued. Taking responsibility is where students take ownership for their actions and accountability for the outcomes. Oxford Students are taught in an environment that promotes and encourages them to become effective and happy members of the community. This is incorporated not only in everyday lessons but also in the wider Academy pastoral curriculum. Students are allowed to attend programs aimed at encouraging them to be responsible for maintaining self-awareness and emotional resilience including afternoon clubs, trips, and positions of responsibility that will become available during their educational journey through the Academy. By working together we will be able to provide an outstanding educational experience for all of our students. This collaboration will support each of them in their ambition to succeed in each stage of their education and the career that they choose to pursue. Throughout the year children will be involved in a variety of different activities including Sports Day, Character Day, National Day Celebrations, and Class Trips. These activities will enhance their learning environment and provide them with opportunities to mix with other children. We are ready for the exciting year ahead. Oxford Academy is committed to academic excellence through personalized learning for every student and careful attention is given to student’s learning styles and learning needs. Oxford Academy is a school where rigorous goal setting is linked to quality assessment of learning outcomes and a school where lessons are enjoyed and students are supported beyond the classroom in their journey to adulthood. Oxford Academy is a school where students, staff, parents, and the wider community share a close connection, are happy, challenged, and rewarded. Oxford Academy is a school where we all have a voice within a culture that recognizes each person's ability. Oxford Academy is a school where we all have a strong sense of personal worth and where under-achievement is not accepted. Oxford Academy is a school where we all aspire to excel. To be one of Kuwait’s leading and most inspiring international schools, providing a well-resourced, strongly academic, British-style education. Our philosophy is to provide an education in which seeks excellence from all. View full school
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    Oxford School

    Oxford Schools was established in Amman in 1996 by a number of the finest men in the country, their objective was to establish an educational environment that will contribute to bringing up the coming generations of youth, endowed with a modern spirit and appreciation of science. Since its inception, Oxford Schools commits to provide a suitable educational environment that helps its students in developing their talents, skills, and creativity. Oxford School will continue to provide society with brilliant generations of graduates, who will enhance the development of society by their outstanding efforts. This is due to the great support it receives from different parts of the community, and the continuous high demand on the school which is witnessed year after year. For Oxford Schools to extend its services to the highest known standards, Oxford Schools have established several new educational and sports buildings it also provides a unique learning environment that meets and satisfies the students' needs. In addition, the Schools have also fully equipped science and computer labs with necessary appliances that help in bringing up and developing their students' skills and creativity. The sports facilities in the Schools were built according to international standards and are designed to fulfill the needs of the sport of the student, such as football, tennis, table tennis, karate, swimming in Olympic pools. Oxford School was keen to employ the best educational and administrative staff members who can fully prepare the students to face life cautiously and rationally and keep up with the new developments of the third millennium from a modern educational perspective, in a way that will help the student preserve his national identity and his cultural legacy. Special care has been given to providing the students with the ways that will assist them in exploiting available technologies, obtaining and analyzing information, being aware of their rights and duties, adhering to their Arabic and Islamic values. Incoming students transferred from schools inside Jordan are not allowed to register without first being interviewed and sitting for a placement test to get to know about their conduct and the reason behind their transfer. A new student is required to receive a special form from the registration office at Oxford Schools and have it completed by the student’s former school. The form includes a report on the student’s academic achievement, his/her behavior and conduct, and financial clearance. Returning students from 7th – 11th Grades are not registered unless on the recommendation of the immediate principals based on their conduct and commitment to rules and regulations. Students from 7th – 12th Grades are not allowed to register in the International system unless they have attained a 75% Average or above in English. Aiming to attract the greatest number of outstanding and distinguished students, Oxford Schools grants full scholarships at the beginning of every school year inclusive of tuition, transportation, textbooks, and school uniform. The schools also award free study at Jordanian universities to the top ten Oxford students in the General Secondary Certificate. Students excelling in sports are encouraged through awarding them scholarships based on obtaining championships at the kingdom’s level, these include tuition, transportation, books, and school uniform and are renewed annually if the student obtains a championship. The schools have set up plans to follow up with students who have been awarded scholarships to ensure that they maintain their excellence in achievement and academic programs. We hope to be able to continue our educational mission to serve our country and our Hashemite Leadership, with the determination, will, and loyalty inspired by the wisdom of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn AL Hussain, God Bless Him. For over twenty years we have extremely served Jordan and its community. The schools were established by an elite group of Jordanians, who had deep insight to realize how important it is for the future of generations to incorporate modern education into the Arab Muslim identity. Since our inception, the schools have strived to provide quality education to all students and pursued the goal of developing standards-aligned with our philosophy. The Schools' buildings have been expanded to meet our educational requirements and to include all facilities of a modern well-equipped school. Apart from spacious and comfortable classrooms, we have modern science labs and state-of-the-art computer labs. The Schools believe in inoculating the habit of reading early in life. Several well-stocked libraries have an extensive academic collection as well as a varied collection of fiction to suit the reading interests of all patrons. Since the schools' establishment, Oxford Schools have been keen to produce graduates with education for life, who are accepted at top universities worldwide and are well acquainted with information technology and its applications. Oxford school has met all standards requirements established by the Advanced Accreditation Commission and has been fully accredited by the North Central Accreditation Commission on accreditation and school improvement. (NCA & CASI). This is an impressive achievement, since (NCA &CASI) is an alliance of the largest American accrediting associations. As of now, our graduate students will have their diplomas notarized at AMIDEAST (of the US Embassy) and the Jordanian Ministry of Education. The certification assures that Oxford Schools international schools and universities worldwide. This will facilitate student’s university applications and acceptances, and for those students transferring from Oxford Schools inside and outside Jordan.
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    Oxford School

    Oxford Schools was established in Amman in 1996 by a number of the finest men in the country, their objective was to establish an educational environment that will contribute to bringing up the coming generations of youth, endowed with a modern spirit and appreciation of science. Since its inception, Oxford Schools commits to provide a suitable educational environment that helps its students in developing their talents, skills, and creativity. Oxford School will continue to provide society with brilliant generations of graduates, who will enhance the development of society by their outstanding efforts. This is due to the great support it receives from different parts of the community, and the continuous high demand on the school which is witnessed year after year. For Oxford Schools to extend its services to the highest known standards, Oxford Schools have established several new educational and sports buildings it also provides a unique learning environment that meets and satisfies the students' needs. In addition, the Schools have also fully equipped science and computer labs with necessary appliances that help in bringing up and developing their students' skills and creativity. The sports facilities in the Schools were built according to international standards and are designed to fulfill the needs of the sport of the student, such as football, tennis, table tennis, karate, swimming in Olympic pools. Oxford School was keen to employ the best educational and administrative staff members who can fully prepare the students to face life cautiously and rationally and keep up with the new developments of the third millennium from a modern educational perspective, in a way that will help the student preserve his national identity and his cultural legacy. Special care has been given to providing the students with the ways that will assist them in exploiting available technologies, obtaining and analyzing information, being aware of their rights and duties, adhering to their Arabic and Islamic values. Incoming students transferred from schools inside Jordan are not allowed to register without first being interviewed and sitting for a placement test to get to know about their conduct and the reason behind their transfer. A new student is required to receive a special form from the registration office at Oxford Schools and have it completed by the student’s former school. The form includes a report on the student’s academic achievement, his/her behavior and conduct, and financial clearance. Returning students from 7th – 11th Grades are not registered unless on the recommendation of the immediate principals based on their conduct and commitment to rules and regulations. Students from 7th – 12th Grades are not allowed to register in the International system unless they have attained a 75% Average or above in English. Aiming to attract the greatest number of outstanding and distinguished students, Oxford Schools grants full scholarships at the beginning of every school year inclusive of tuition, transportation, textbooks, and school uniform. The schools also award free study at Jordanian universities to the top ten Oxford students in the General Secondary Certificate. Students excelling in sports are encouraged through awarding them scholarships based on obtaining championships at the kingdom’s level, these include tuition, transportation, books, and school uniform and are renewed annually if the student obtains a championship. The schools have set up plans to follow up with students who have been awarded scholarships to ensure that they maintain their excellence in achievement and academic programs. We hope to be able to continue our educational mission to serve our country and our Hashemite Leadership, with the determination, will, and loyalty inspired by the wisdom of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn AL Hussain, God Bless Him. For over twenty years we have extremely served Jordan and its community. The schools were established by an elite group of Jordanians, who had deep insight to realize how important it is for the future of generations to incorporate modern education into the Arab Muslim identity. Since our inception, the schools have strived to provide quality education to all students and pursued the goal of developing standards-aligned with our philosophy. The Schools' buildings have been expanded to meet our educational requirements and to include all facilities of a modern well-equipped school. Apart from spacious and comfortable classrooms, we have modern science labs and state-of-the-art computer labs. The Schools believe in inoculating the habit of reading early in life. Several well-stocked libraries have an extensive academic collection as well as a varied collection of fiction to suit the reading interests of all patrons. Since the schools' establishment, Oxford Schools have been keen to produce graduates with education for life, who are accepted at top universities worldwide and are well acquainted with information technology and its applications. Oxford school has met all standards requirements established by the Advanced Accreditation Commission and has been fully accredited by the North Central Accreditation Commission on accreditation and school improvement. (NCA & CASI). This is an impressive achievement, since (NCA &CASI) is an alliance of the largest American accrediting associations. As of now, our graduate students will have their diplomas notarized at AMIDEAST (of the US Embassy) and the Jordanian Ministry of Education. The certification assures that Oxford Schools international schools and universities worldwide. This will facilitate student’s university applications and acceptances, and for those students transferring from Oxford Schools inside and outside Jordan. View full school
  5. With its historic university and diverse student population, Oxford is known as the academic heart of England. At the EF Academy UK boarding school in Oxford, you will combine contemporary learning with Britain’s academic traditions for the ultimate pre-university experience that will position you for success in the globalized 21st century. The student body at our two-year private high school in Oxford is made up of mature, open-minded students. Those who succeed here have a love of culture and ideas and a willingness to engage in global issues, both of which are incorporated into our academic philosophy. From your first day at our boarding school in Oxford, you will begin developing the skills needed to succeed at university. At EF Academy Oxford we emphasize a pre-university experience that involves cultivating an environment that encourages students to be independent and responsible. We actively develop our link to the University of Oxford by inviting Ph.D. students to run sessions at our school. To ensure they are ready for independent research at the university level, all students have full access to the library and sports facilities at Oxford Brookes University, located next to our campus. At EF Academy Oxford, students have a wide variety of activities and clubs to choose from. From special interest clubs like debate and film to academic clubs including French and math, there is something for everyone. The activities coordinator also organizes regular trips to various museums and galleries in Oxford and London. EF Academy’s boarding school in Oxford is a five-minute bike ride from the city’s center. The small and vibrant city has beautiful buildings and a large, diverse academic community dominated by the famous university. Our British high school in Oxford is spread over two campuses that are separated by a 3-minute walk down Pullens Lane, a one-lane road in a quiet residential neighborhood. Both parts of the school are characterized by traditional architecture and outdoor spaces where students meet to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner or to grab a coffee during their study break. The residence buildings and some classrooms are on one part of the campus, while the reception, dining hall, gym, library, and more classrooms are on the other part. Beyond the campus, you will find shops, restaurants, cafes, and cinemas, which offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of your host country.
  6. We are often asked, “What makes d’Overbroeck’s different from other schools?”. The answer lies in our shared values and a relaxed but vibrant atmosphere, where the individual is key and laughter is an essential part of everyday life. Our ethos is firmly built on personal relationships, on a relative lack of stuffiness and formal hierarchies, and a strong belief that every individual is at the heart of the school. At the same time, our approach is distinctly collaborative. We believe in leading by example, in a healthy dose of flexibility, and the power of laughter and humanity. ‘Enthusiasm’, ‘maturity’ and ‘courtesy’ are words that visitors to the school frequently use to describe us. We provide an environment that gives both staff and students the space to be themselves as well as the encouragement and stimulus to grow, to learn, to engage with complexity and to achieve their goals. And they’ll also have time for friendship, laughter, and living life to the full. It's not often these days that the Head of a school is there at the gates to see everyone in at the start of the day. But that's what happens each morning when our Years 7 to 11 arrive at Leckford Place. Mark, the Head of this part of d'Overbroeck's is there to welcome everyone. It's a chance to catch up, share news and check up on how things are going. It's part of us being a family school where everyone knows everyone else and where we work together. d'Overbroeck's Sixth Form in Oxford is the biggest part of our school. In addition to our Year 11s progressing through, we have a substantial intake of new students (some 130) who join our Lower Sixth each year - a mix of day students and boarders of students who choose to move to d’Overbroeck’s from other independent and state schools locally, from other parts of the UK and from abroad. If you’re an international student aged between 13 and 15, d'Overbroeck's International school in Oxford has a wide range of courses to help you take your first steps in English education. Whether you want to study IGCSEs in one year, two years, 4 or 5 terms, enroll in our Pre-IGCSE program, or experience studying at a UK school on our Study Abroad course, then our International School is the perfect place to begin. d’Overbroeck’s offers an exceptional academic and extra-curricular program that provides excellent opportunities for individual growth through shared values and an ethos of commitment to each other. We’re often asked what makes d’Overbroeck’s different from other schools. Well of course we offer a progressive and far-reaching academic curriculum delivered by committed and brilliant staff in excellent facilities. And of course, the learning environment is supported by a huge range of sporting, cultural and academic extra-curriculum activities. The school’s success in delivering this program of excellence is evident in our exceptional exam results, in students’ joyful achievements in their extra-curricular activities, and in the enthusiastic endorsement we receive from current and former parents and students. This success is not accidental. It’s based on an ethos of support for every individual, on the development of shared values, and on offering a caring, creative, nurturing, and relatively informal environment that encourages every single student to create the very best versions of themselves, both for today and the future. But it’s not just about individual achievement. At d’Overbroeck’s, we embrace the understanding that we are all in this journey together, that each person – staff as well as students – contributes to the life of the school and of the wider community in their own unique and valuable way. It’s an ethos that recognizes that humans do not exist in isolation that we depend on connection, community, and caring – quite simply, our humanity depends on each other.
  7. Cherwell College Oxford is an independent co-educational boarding and day school located at the center of Oxford, for students aged between 12 and 19 years of age. We offer a bespoke educational provision with a wide range of A-Level and (I)GCSE courses, accelerated one-year, fast-track A level and IGCSE programs, as well as short-term revision, pre-GCSE, and pre-A level courses in the summer. We strongly support and believe in each individual's unique development, and strive to ensure that all of our students achieve their fullest potential. Cherwell College follows the Oxford and Cambridge tutorial-style method of teaching. This is seen by many as the gold standard of UK education as students can have their unique needs met and engage deeply with their tutors and subject material. The tutorial system at Cherwell College, which mirrors that of Oxford University, encourages our students to be independent thinkers and to become inspired to learn. Occasionally students arrive at Cherwell lacking confidence in their ability or underperforming but are soon recharged and exceeding their expectations Other students of exceptional ability are often ‘held back by traditional teaching methods and need Cherwell’s inspirational environment to drive them forward on their educational pathway. Our prestigious location is in the very heart of Oxford at St George's Mansion - a magnificent five-story Edwardian building offering breath-taking views over Oxford and comprises a suite of tutorial and lecture rooms, a supervised study area, a library, and a common room. Our outstanding facilities at Cherwell House (students' boarding accommodation) complement our teaching facilities and enable students to relax and take part in many extra-curricular enrichment activities e.g.: debates at the Oxford Union, local visits to the Ashmolean Museum and Blenheim Palace.
  8. St. Clare’s, Oxford was founded by Anne Dreydel OBE and Pamela Morris in 1953 and grew out of a scheme to establish links between British and European students after the Second World War. The original name was The Oxford English Centre for Foreign Students, which later became St. Clare’s Hall, and then St. Clare’s, Oxford. The College grew quickly to encompass a wide range of nationalities and programs, both at university and pre-university level and in the English Language. In the mid-50s, students came mostly from around a dozen Western European countries, as well as the UK. Nowadays there are 50 nationalities represented on the IB program alone. As well as longer courses of study, shorter summer courses also became a central feature of the College in the early days. Links with universities in the USA date back to the 1960s and formal agreements by which American university students could gain credit towards their US degrees by studying abroad at St. Clare’s started up in the 1970s, and gradually replaced the University of London external degrees that had previously been taught. In 1977 the College introduced the International Baccalaureate Diploma for pre-university students, only the 41st school in the world to do so. There are only 13 other institutions in the world that have taught the IB longer than us. A-Levels were gradually phased out as the IB became established and we are now the longest established IB World School in England. St Clare’s, Oxford remains faithful to its original mission which is to advance international education and understanding. St Clare’s welcomes students and staff of all nationalities and cultures who will benefit from, and contribute to, our learning community. Living and studying together, we learn from one another. We are enriched and challenged by a diversity of views and ideas. The College aims to provide an environment where our students and our staff: Develop their intellects, their imagination, and independence of mind Engage in creative, aesthetic, and physical activities Learn from, and contribute to, our local community Develop a sense of environmental awareness and responsibility to the international community Value honesty, compassion, and intercultural understanding Take personal responsibility for work and conduct Our shared experience is challenging, rigorous, and stimulating, and is supported by student-staff relations based on mutual respect and high expectations. We are committed to extending this experience to students from a wide range of backgrounds.
  9. St. Clare’s, Oxford was founded by Anne Dreydel OBE and Pamela Morris in 1953 and grew out of a scheme to establish links between British and European students after the Second World War. The original name was The Oxford English Centre for Foreign Students, which later became St. Clare’s Hall, and then St. Clare’s, Oxford. The College grew quickly to encompass a wide range of nationalities and programs, both at university and pre-university level and in the English Language. In the mid-50s, students came mostly from around a dozen Western European countries, as well as the UK. Nowadays there are 50 nationalities represented on the IB program alone. As well as longer courses of study, shorter summer courses also became a central feature of the College in the early days. Links with universities in the USA date back to the 1960s and formal agreements by which American university students could gain credit towards their US degrees by studying abroad at St. Clare’s started up in the 1970s, and gradually replaced the University of London external degrees that had previously been taught. In 1977 the College introduced the International Baccalaureate Diploma for pre-university students, only the 41st school in the world to do so. There are only 13 other institutions in the world that have taught the IB longer than us. A-Levels were gradually phased out as the IB became established and we are now the longest established IB World School in England. St Clare’s, Oxford remains faithful to its original mission which is to advance international education and understanding. St Clare’s welcomes students and staff of all nationalities and cultures who will benefit from, and contribute to, our learning community. Living and studying together, we learn from one another. We are enriched and challenged by a diversity of views and ideas. The College aims to provide an environment where our students and our staff: Develop their intellects, their imagination, and independence of mind Engage in creative, aesthetic, and physical activities Learn from, and contribute to, our local community Develop a sense of environmental awareness and responsibility to the international community Value honesty, compassion, and intercultural understanding Take personal responsibility for work and conduct Our shared experience is challenging, rigorous, and stimulating, and is supported by student-staff relations based on mutual respect and high expectations. We are committed to extending this experience to students from a wide range of backgrounds. View full school
  10. Underlying everything at Teddies is our mission to prepare our pupils for the rest of their lives by encouraging their passions and talents, enabling them to discover new ones, and supporting them to achieve their potential. Our community fizzes with diverse interests and enthusiasms, while our academic excellence means 90% of our top pupils gain the highest grades in their Sixth Form exams and take up places at the world’s best universities – a record which exceeds the outcomes of many highly selective schools. We are one of a few schools to offer both IB and A-Level alongside each other at Sixth Form, and in our Middle School Program, we have introduced new courses to stretch our candidates at GCSE level, responding directly to the very latest research into how young people learn. Teddies is a fully co-educational boarding and day school, with a wide range of pupils from around the country and 15% joining us from 40 different countries outside the UK. We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. Being co-ed is important to us. Not only does it represent life beyond the school gates, but we feel it contributes to the inclusive and friendly community that brings our pupils, parents, Governors, staff, and the local community together. We reinforce this by enabling pupils to volunteer regularly in the community of north Oxford. At St Edward’s, we encourage an unremitting focus on learning. There is a tangible ethos, inspiring pupils, staff, and parents alike, that anything is possible. There is a belief within the School that everyone has something to contribute to society moreover there is a genuine conviction that each pupil can strive for excellence and has the potential to enjoy real academic success at the highest level. The School boasts a staff with a real passion for education indeed they are experts in imparting their knowledge and enthusiasm to pupils, irrespective of background or ability. St Edward’s is a school that is inspirational for its pupils and looks to nurture each individual as a member of the community. It is a school that offers a rich extra-curricular provision, giving opportunities for every child to find his or her niche, experience success, and develop within them the confidence, ambition, and social awareness to face a future lifetime of achievement and service. St Edward’s is a Boarding School and this is at the heart of all we do we are proud of the warm, happy atmosphere where there is a generosity of spirit and a willingness to be engaged. It is a school with a fully integrated pastoral care program that ensures that no member of the community is lost in the system, that every pupil is well known, and that their social, as well as their academic progress, is supported. St Edward’s thus aims to develop pupils that are equipped to face the uncertainties of life as leaders with: Intelligence and curiosity Creativity and innovation Integrity and honesty Resilience and enthusiastic participation Moral courage and responsibility for our actions A sense of compassion and service An understanding of, and respect for, other people and the human condition View full school
  11. Underlying everything at Teddies is our mission to prepare our pupils for the rest of their lives by encouraging their passions and talents, enabling them to discover new ones, and supporting them to achieve their potential. Our community fizzes with diverse interests and enthusiasms, while our academic excellence means 90% of our top pupils gain the highest grades in their Sixth Form exams and take up places at the world’s best universities – a record which exceeds the outcomes of many highly selective schools. We are one of a few schools to offer both IB and A-Level alongside each other at Sixth Form, and in our Middle School Program, we have introduced new courses to stretch our candidates at GCSE level, responding directly to the very latest research into how young people learn. Teddies is a fully co-educational boarding and day school, with a wide range of pupils from around the country and 15% joining us from 40 different countries outside the UK. We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. Being co-ed is important to us. Not only does it represent life beyond the school gates, but we feel it contributes to the inclusive and friendly community that brings our pupils, parents, Governors, staff, and the local community together. We reinforce this by enabling pupils to volunteer regularly in the community of north Oxford. At St Edward’s, we encourage an unremitting focus on learning. There is a tangible ethos, inspiring pupils, staff, and parents alike, that anything is possible. There is a belief within the School that everyone has something to contribute to society moreover there is a genuine conviction that each pupil can strive for excellence and has the potential to enjoy real academic success at the highest level. The School boasts a staff with a real passion for education indeed they are experts in imparting their knowledge and enthusiasm to pupils, irrespective of background or ability. St Edward’s is a school that is inspirational for its pupils and looks to nurture each individual as a member of the community. It is a school that offers a rich extra-curricular provision, giving opportunities for every child to find his or her niche, experience success, and develop within them the confidence, ambition, and social awareness to face a future lifetime of achievement and service. St Edward’s is a Boarding School and this is at the heart of all we do we are proud of the warm, happy atmosphere where there is a generosity of spirit and a willingness to be engaged. It is a school with a fully integrated pastoral care program that ensures that no member of the community is lost in the system, that every pupil is well known, and that their social, as well as their academic progress, is supported. St Edward’s thus aims to develop pupils that are equipped to face the uncertainties of life as leaders with: Intelligence and curiosity Creativity and innovation Integrity and honesty Resilience and enthusiastic participation Moral courage and responsibility for our actions A sense of compassion and service An understanding of, and respect for, other people and the human condition
  12. Established in 1988, Oxford Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading independent sixth form colleges for students aged 15-19. Formerly named Oxford Tutorial College, we sustain the tutorial tradition through an average class size of three students and through having no more than six students in an A-Level class. We offer greater flexibility than mainstream schools with over 30 subjects on offer across A-Level, GCSE, and BTEC. For students looking to improve on their results, we also offer specialized, examination board-specific, A-Level retake programs that provide the right environment for you to have the opportunity to improve your results and secure a place at a top university. We are committed to not only providing you with expert tuition but also providing you with the support you need to reach your potential from the moment you make your application. Our students speak of the college environment as being a warm, friendly, and very welcoming place. Whether in the classroom at college or in our boarding houses, all staff provide wonderful guidance and support to ensure students enjoy their time with us and go on to help achieve their personal and academic goals. Our students progress to a wide range of degree programs at top U.K. universities including business management and economics mathematics, engineering and computer science medicine and law art and creative media history and international relations. Our location in the very heart of the city of Oxford, with neighbors including University of Oxford colleges Oriel and Christchurch, is steeped in academic history and one that serves to inspire our students and us to build a successful future. The College offers an approach quite different from that of a traditional school. The key to the Oxford Sixth Form College learning environment is that we aim to provide an alternative to the mainstream. This means that in addition to offering a mainstream, academic, two-year A-Level program, we provide A-Level, BTEC, and GCSE programs of study that in terms of their length, start dates, and combination of academic and vocational subjects are rarely available in mainstream independent schools. We are very much a college preparing young people for the responsibilities of life at university and beyond rather than a school. The culture of the College encourages hard work and a growing sense of responsibility in a supportive environment. From the first meeting with a student at an admissions interview to identify their goals and motivation to providing clear, constructive support, including individual learning plans, during their time with us, we treat each of our students as an individual. Our teaching approach is refreshingly interactive and informal. The support provided by subject tutors is thoughtful and creative, focusing specifically on individual learning styles. Students are encouraged to take an active part in the learning process at every stage. Course material is taught clearly and directly, with careful review and continual practice of previous examination questions. Tutors ensure that students develop a good set of notes and encourage systematic revision. Time is also allowed for an overall subject review as the examinations approach, to check to understand and enable further exam practice. A key part of the Oxford Sixth Form College learning environment is that an active learning style is encouraged and each student may be asked to present material and exchange views with others. This is followed by guidance from the teacher on the interpretation, manipulation, and analysis of the material. Preparation is required. Teaching groups consist of no more than six students in A-Level groups and no more than ten students in the other programs we offer. This small group size enables close discussion of each topic whilst still allowing a high degree of personal attention. Our College is housed in a row of handsome Victorian houses just a few yards from Oxford High Street. The center of Oxford is small enough to explore on foot and is also within easy walking distance of the bus and rail stations. Students can enjoy Oxford’s bookshops, galleries, and museums – many of which are world-class relax and go punting on the river that flows through the city or choose from the many other cultural offers of the city. The main College premises are in King Edward Street, with three further sites within walking distance, all in the heart of the University precinct. We maintain a supervised library well-stocked with essential textbooks and reference materials, and students also have access to a substantial collection of previous examination papers, specifications, and examiners’ reports. Oxford Sixth Form College facilities also include a well-equipped art room and two science laboratories in addition to a biology lab. Between lessons, students can relax in the student common room. There is also an IT suite, where students have Internet access through a fast broadband connection. A wireless network operates throughout the premises. As the College is in a city center location, there are a large number of cafés, sandwich bars and restaurants nearby. We also provide opportunities for joining student clubs and societies, and the academic life of the College is enhanced by a varied range of extra-curricular activities, including cultural visits, music, and sports.
  13. Established in 1988, Oxford Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading independent sixth form colleges for students aged 15-19. Formerly named Oxford Tutorial College, we sustain the tutorial tradition through an average class size of three students and through having no more than six students in an A-Level class. We offer greater flexibility than mainstream schools with over 30 subjects on offer across A-Level, GCSE, and BTEC. For students looking to improve on their results, we also offer specialized, examination board-specific, A-Level retake programs that provide the right environment for you to have the opportunity to improve your results and secure a place at a top university. We are committed to not only providing you with expert tuition but also providing you with the support you need to reach your potential from the moment you make your application. Our students speak of the college environment as being a warm, friendly, and very welcoming place. Whether in the classroom at college or in our boarding houses, all staff provide wonderful guidance and support to ensure students enjoy their time with us and go on to help achieve their personal and academic goals. Our students progress to a wide range of degree programs at top U.K. universities including business management and economics mathematics, engineering and computer science medicine and law art and creative media history and international relations. Our location in the very heart of the city of Oxford, with neighbors including University of Oxford colleges Oriel and Christchurch, is steeped in academic history and one that serves to inspire our students and us to build a successful future. The College offers an approach quite different from that of a traditional school. The key to the Oxford Sixth Form College learning environment is that we aim to provide an alternative to the mainstream. This means that in addition to offering a mainstream, academic, two-year A-Level program, we provide A-Level, BTEC, and GCSE programs of study that in terms of their length, start dates, and combination of academic and vocational subjects are rarely available in mainstream independent schools. We are very much a college preparing young people for the responsibilities of life at university and beyond rather than a school. The culture of the College encourages hard work and a growing sense of responsibility in a supportive environment. From the first meeting with a student at an admissions interview to identify their goals and motivation to providing clear, constructive support, including individual learning plans, during their time with us, we treat each of our students as an individual. Our teaching approach is refreshingly interactive and informal. The support provided by subject tutors is thoughtful and creative, focusing specifically on individual learning styles. Students are encouraged to take an active part in the learning process at every stage. Course material is taught clearly and directly, with careful review and continual practice of previous examination questions. Tutors ensure that students develop a good set of notes and encourage systematic revision. Time is also allowed for an overall subject review as the examinations approach, to check to understand and enable further exam practice. A key part of the Oxford Sixth Form College learning environment is that an active learning style is encouraged and each student may be asked to present material and exchange views with others. This is followed by guidance from the teacher on the interpretation, manipulation, and analysis of the material. Preparation is required. Teaching groups consist of no more than six students in A-Level groups and no more than ten students in the other programs we offer. This small group size enables close discussion of each topic whilst still allowing a high degree of personal attention. Our College is housed in a row of handsome Victorian houses just a few yards from Oxford High Street. The center of Oxford is small enough to explore on foot and is also within easy walking distance of the bus and rail stations. Students can enjoy Oxford’s bookshops, galleries, and museums – many of which are world-class relax and go punting on the river that flows through the city or choose from the many other cultural offers of the city. The main College premises are in King Edward Street, with three further sites within walking distance, all in the heart of the University precinct. We maintain a supervised library well-stocked with essential textbooks and reference materials, and students also have access to a substantial collection of previous examination papers, specifications, and examiners’ reports. Oxford Sixth Form College facilities also include a well-equipped art room and two science laboratories in addition to a biology lab. Between lessons, students can relax in the student common room. There is also an IT suite, where students have Internet access through a fast broadband connection. A wireless network operates throughout the premises. As the College is in a city center location, there are a large number of cafés, sandwich bars and restaurants nearby. We also provide opportunities for joining student clubs and societies, and the academic life of the College is enhanced by a varied range of extra-curricular activities, including cultural visits, music, and sports. View full school
  14. Oxford Royale Academy (ORA) is one of the world’s leading residential summer school providers, founded in Oxford in 2004. The mission of ORA is to give young people opportunities to expand their academic and cultural horizons while building lifelong friendships with like-minded peers. Over the last 15 years, ORA has welcomed over 25,000 students, from over 170 nations to venues including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Imperial College London, the University of St Andrews, and Yale University. ORA strives to ensure that an exceptional academic experience is delivered to every student, through award-winning accredited programs and high-quality teaching from distinguished academics. We are continually growing to offer more courses, locations, and experiences to young people all over the world, which is 2020 will include the University of Bologna, an additional Ivy League institution, and a choice of British public school locations for younger students.
  15. Oxford Royale Academy (ORA) is one of the world’s leading residential summer school providers, founded in Oxford in 2004. The mission of ORA is to give young people opportunities to expand their academic and cultural horizons while building lifelong friendships with like-minded peers. Over the last 15 years, ORA has welcomed over 25,000 students, from over 170 nations to venues including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Imperial College London, the University of St Andrews, and Yale University. ORA strives to ensure that an exceptional academic experience is delivered to every student, through award-winning accredited programs and high-quality teaching from distinguished academics. We are continually growing to offer more courses, locations, and experiences to young people all over the world, which is 2020 will include the University of Bologna, an additional Ivy League institution, and a choice of British public school locations for younger students. View full school
  16. Oxford International College is the top performing Sixth Form College. In 2019, the college has earned the top slot in the UK Independent Schools league tables after its students achieved record A-level results. Overall, 92% of grades received by OIC students in 2019 were A*-A, and 53.2% were A*, making us the UK’s No.1 A-Level college and the only school that achieved above 90% A* to A grades. At Oxford International College, we provide our students with an open and stimulating study environment in a city that has been world-renowned for academic excellence for almost 1,000 years. Our students have the chance to meet and learn from some of the brightest people in the world in an environment that nurtures their personal and academic growth, while also enjoying the cultural life of this beautiful city. Located just a short walk from Oxford city center, the College attracts students from all over the world and has become a vibrant community of international students and staff. Students are taught by some of Oxford’s finest tutors, who are all experts in their fields mostly Oxford University alumni or hold doctorate degrees from Oxford. A strong feature of the College is its focus on a career curriculum, which gives our students a competitive edge when applying to university and in their future careers. We take pride in our unique integration of 3 key skills to success: Academic Excellence, Career Development, and Personal Development. Our young students represent the future of this world, and we very much look forward to welcoming them to Oxford and to supporting them at the start of this journey of a lifetime. Oxford International College joined the Oxford International Education Group in April 2019. Oxford International Education Group is an accredited, private education provider that operates independent boarding schools, international colleges, educational tours, and English language centers across the UK and North America to create life-enhancing experiences for students worldwide. Our courses help over 50,000 the UK and international students achieve academic success every year. We have built strong relationships with education consultants around the world and pride ourselves on delivering the best programs for their students. Oxford International College is an elite A-level college whose commitment to academic excellence, career advice, and personal development has consistently put it at the top. We foster a culture of responsibility for one’s achievements, as well as a sense of duty to better the world we live in. Our innovative curriculum provides students with the best chances to succeed at university interviews, higher education, and later in their professional lives. We take pride in our unique integration of three key skills to success: Academic Excellence, Career Development, and Personal Development. Established in 2002 by a group of experienced educationalists lead by Dr. Mario Peters, the organization has grown into one of the most successful private tutorial colleges in the UK, welcoming students from the UK and all over the world. The College has grown every year since its foundation and is now securely settled into modern teaching premises at London Place and a large, modern Hall of Residence just 7 minutes walk away. London Place is a long-established educational site that has been completely refurbished by Oxford International College as part of its long-term commitment to growth and enhancing the student experience. Since 2008 Oxford International College has been at the forefront of developing international education in mainland China in partnership with BE Education Ltd, a British-run company and one of China's leading education and school management organizations that specializes in preparing students for entry into top-ranking schools such as Eton College and Westminster College. Further schools across China are being planned for the future. To date, we have established two schools in Changzhou and Chengdu. Two other companies form part of our education group – Oxford Science Studies and Oxford Summer Academy. Oxford Science Studies are highly successful revision specialists running GCSE courses, IGCSE, A-level, and IB students during school holidays. Residential courses are offered during the Easter, Summer, and Christmas holidays, as well as non-residential courses during the three half-term breaks. The Oxford Summer Academy is a unique program designed for high school and college students aged 16-20 years. Participants are introduced to the unique academic and cultural environment of Oxford and the program includes academic tuition, electives, and a wide range of cultural activities and excursions. The Oxford Summer Academy is based at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University each July.
  17. Oxford International College is the top performing Sixth Form College. In 2019, the college has earned the top slot in the UK Independent Schools league tables after its students achieved record A-level results. Overall, 92% of grades received by OIC students in 2019 were A*-A, and 53.2% were A*, making us the UK’s No.1 A-Level college and the only school that achieved above 90% A* to A grades. At Oxford International College, we provide our students with an open and stimulating study environment in a city that has been world-renowned for academic excellence for almost 1,000 years. Our students have the chance to meet and learn from some of the brightest people in the world in an environment that nurtures their personal and academic growth, while also enjoying the cultural life of this beautiful city. Located just a short walk from Oxford city center, the College attracts students from all over the world and has become a vibrant community of international students and staff. Students are taught by some of Oxford’s finest tutors, who are all experts in their fields mostly Oxford University alumni or hold doctorate degrees from Oxford. A strong feature of the College is its focus on a career curriculum, which gives our students a competitive edge when applying to university and in their future careers. We take pride in our unique integration of 3 key skills to success: Academic Excellence, Career Development, and Personal Development. Our young students represent the future of this world, and we very much look forward to welcoming them to Oxford and to supporting them at the start of this journey of a lifetime. Oxford International College joined the Oxford International Education Group in April 2019. Oxford International Education Group is an accredited, private education provider that operates independent boarding schools, international colleges, educational tours, and English language centers across the UK and North America to create life-enhancing experiences for students worldwide. Our courses help over 50,000 the UK and international students achieve academic success every year. We have built strong relationships with education consultants around the world and pride ourselves on delivering the best programs for their students. Oxford International College is an elite A-level college whose commitment to academic excellence, career advice, and personal development has consistently put it at the top. We foster a culture of responsibility for one’s achievements, as well as a sense of duty to better the world we live in. Our innovative curriculum provides students with the best chances to succeed at university interviews, higher education, and later in their professional lives. We take pride in our unique integration of three key skills to success: Academic Excellence, Career Development, and Personal Development. Established in 2002 by a group of experienced educationalists lead by Dr. Mario Peters, the organization has grown into one of the most successful private tutorial colleges in the UK, welcoming students from the UK and all over the world. The College has grown every year since its foundation and is now securely settled into modern teaching premises at London Place and a large, modern Hall of Residence just 7 minutes walk away. London Place is a long-established educational site that has been completely refurbished by Oxford International College as part of its long-term commitment to growth and enhancing the student experience. Since 2008 Oxford International College has been at the forefront of developing international education in mainland China in partnership with BE Education Ltd, a British-run company and one of China's leading education and school management organizations that specializes in preparing students for entry into top-ranking schools such as Eton College and Westminster College. Further schools across China are being planned for the future. To date, we have established two schools in Changzhou and Chengdu. Two other companies form part of our education group – Oxford Science Studies and Oxford Summer Academy. Oxford Science Studies are highly successful revision specialists running GCSE courses, IGCSE, A-level, and IB students during school holidays. Residential courses are offered during the Easter, Summer, and Christmas holidays, as well as non-residential courses during the three half-term breaks. The Oxford Summer Academy is a unique program designed for high school and college students aged 16-20 years. Participants are introduced to the unique academic and cultural environment of Oxford and the program includes academic tuition, electives, and a wide range of cultural activities and excursions. The Oxford Summer Academy is based at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University each July. View full school
  18. With its historic university and diverse student population, Oxford is known as the academic heart of England. At the EF Academy UK boarding school in Oxford, you will combine contemporary learning with Britain’s academic traditions for the ultimate pre-university experience that will position you for success in the globalized 21st century. The student body at our two-year private high school in Oxford is made up of mature, open-minded students. Those who succeed here have a love of culture and ideas and a willingness to engage in global issues, both of which are incorporated into our academic philosophy. From your first day at our boarding school in Oxford, you will begin developing the skills needed to succeed at university. At EF Academy Oxford we emphasize a pre-university experience that involves cultivating an environment that encourages students to be independent and responsible. We actively develop our link to the University of Oxford by inviting Ph.D. students to run sessions at our school. To ensure they are ready for independent research at the university level, all students have full access to the library and sports facilities at Oxford Brookes University, located next to our campus. At EF Academy Oxford, students have a wide variety of activities and clubs to choose from. From special interest clubs like debate and film to academic clubs including French and math, there is something for everyone. The activities coordinator also organizes regular trips to various museums and galleries in Oxford and London. EF Academy’s boarding school in Oxford is a five-minute bike ride from the city’s center. The small and vibrant city has beautiful buildings and a large, diverse academic community dominated by the famous university. Our British high school in Oxford is spread over two campuses that are separated by a 3-minute walk down Pullens Lane, a one-lane road in a quiet residential neighborhood. Both parts of the school are characterized by traditional architecture and outdoor spaces where students meet to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner or to grab a coffee during their study break. The residence buildings and some classrooms are on one part of the campus, while the reception, dining hall, gym, library, and more classrooms are on the other part. Beyond the campus, you will find shops, restaurants, cafes, and cinemas, which offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of your host country. View full school
  19. We are often asked, “What makes d’Overbroeck’s different from other schools?”. The answer lies in our shared values and a relaxed but vibrant atmosphere, where the individual is key and laughter is an essential part of everyday life. Our ethos is firmly built on personal relationships, on a relative lack of stuffiness and formal hierarchies, and a strong belief that every individual is at the heart of the school. At the same time, our approach is distinctly collaborative. We believe in leading by example, in a healthy dose of flexibility, and the power of laughter and humanity. ‘Enthusiasm’, ‘maturity’ and ‘courtesy’ are words that visitors to the school frequently use to describe us. We provide an environment that gives both staff and students the space to be themselves as well as the encouragement and stimulus to grow, to learn, to engage with complexity and to achieve their goals. And they’ll also have time for friendship, laughter, and living life to the full. It's not often these days that the Head of a school is there at the gates to see everyone in at the start of the day. But that's what happens each morning when our Years 7 to 11 arrive at Leckford Place. Mark, the Head of this part of d'Overbroeck's is there to welcome everyone. It's a chance to catch up, share news and check up on how things are going. It's part of us being a family school where everyone knows everyone else and where we work together. d'Overbroeck's Sixth Form in Oxford is the biggest part of our school. In addition to our Year 11s progressing through, we have a substantial intake of new students (some 130) who join our Lower Sixth each year - a mix of day students and boarders of students who choose to move to d’Overbroeck’s from other independent and state schools locally, from other parts of the UK and from abroad. If you’re an international student aged between 13 and 15, d'Overbroeck's International school in Oxford has a wide range of courses to help you take your first steps in English education. Whether you want to study IGCSEs in one year, two years, 4 or 5 terms, enroll in our Pre-IGCSE program, or experience studying at a UK school on our Study Abroad course, then our International School is the perfect place to begin. d’Overbroeck’s offers an exceptional academic and extra-curricular program that provides excellent opportunities for individual growth through shared values and an ethos of commitment to each other. We’re often asked what makes d’Overbroeck’s different from other schools. Well of course we offer a progressive and far-reaching academic curriculum delivered by committed and brilliant staff in excellent facilities. And of course, the learning environment is supported by a huge range of sporting, cultural and academic extra-curriculum activities. The school’s success in delivering this program of excellence is evident in our exceptional exam results, in students’ joyful achievements in their extra-curricular activities, and in the enthusiastic endorsement we receive from current and former parents and students. This success is not accidental. It’s based on an ethos of support for every individual, on the development of shared values, and on offering a caring, creative, nurturing, and relatively informal environment that encourages every single student to create the very best versions of themselves, both for today and the future. But it’s not just about individual achievement. At d’Overbroeck’s, we embrace the understanding that we are all in this journey together, that each person – staff as well as students – contributes to the life of the school and of the wider community in their own unique and valuable way. It’s an ethos that recognizes that humans do not exist in isolation that we depend on connection, community, and caring – quite simply, our humanity depends on each other. View full school
  20. Cherwell College Oxford is an independent co-educational boarding and day school located at the center of Oxford, for students aged between 12 and 19 years of age. We offer a bespoke educational provision with a wide range of A-Level and (I)GCSE courses, accelerated one-year, fast-track A level and IGCSE programs, as well as short-term revision, pre-GCSE, and pre-A level courses in the summer. We strongly support and believe in each individual's unique development, and strive to ensure that all of our students achieve their fullest potential. Cherwell College follows the Oxford and Cambridge tutorial-style method of teaching. This is seen by many as the gold standard of UK education as students can have their unique needs met and engage deeply with their tutors and subject material. The tutorial system at Cherwell College, which mirrors that of Oxford University, encourages our students to be independent thinkers and to become inspired to learn. Occasionally students arrive at Cherwell lacking confidence in their ability or underperforming but are soon recharged and exceeding their expectations Other students of exceptional ability are often ‘held back by traditional teaching methods and need Cherwell’s inspirational environment to drive them forward on their educational pathway. Our prestigious location is in the very heart of Oxford at St George's Mansion - a magnificent five-story Edwardian building offering breath-taking views over Oxford and comprises a suite of tutorial and lecture rooms, a supervised study area, a library, and a common room. Our outstanding facilities at Cherwell House (students' boarding accommodation) complement our teaching facilities and enable students to relax and take part in many extra-curricular enrichment activities e.g.: debates at the Oxford Union, local visits to the Ashmolean Museum and Blenheim Palace. View full school
  21. The Oxford School Of Education was established in the year 2004. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1630534, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a affiliation which is valid up to . It lies in the Bathinda district of Punjab and is currently being managed by the The Oxford Educational And Welfare Society Bhagta Bhai Ka Distt.Bathinda., Punjab. It is presently under the principal -administration of HARMOHAN SINGH SAHNI, with a total of 14 staff members. There are a total of 60 rooms, 04 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Jaitu and it is 15 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Jaitu Distance in KM 15 Nearest Police Station JaituLocal Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank Local Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 49 I-V 1 132 VI-VIII 1 55 IX-X 0 0 XI-XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 60 04 01 2 0 58 10177 6350 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 9 18 22 Composite Science Lab 1 33 18 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 18 22 Computer Science Lab 1 33 18 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 33 18 Other Rooms 17 18 22 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 1 1 0 PRTs 7 7 0 TGTs 3 3 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 10117.141 (in Acres.) 2.5 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2390.05 Whether the School at one site or two site ONE Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 8724.16 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 4 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 4 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 2150 Periodicals 5 Dailies 4 Reference Books 30 Magazine 3 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  22. The Oxford Senior Secondary School was founded in the year 1987. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 830028, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Bengaluru district of Karnataka and is currently being managed by the Children'S Education Society, Karnataka. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mariamma S Mathew, with a total of 79 staff members. There are a total of 60 rooms, 6 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Majestic and it is 15 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Majestic Distance in KM 15 Nearest Police Station MajesticJ.P.Nagar Distance in KM 1.5 Nearest Nationalised Bank Vijaya Bank Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 10 233 I-V 17 592 VI-VIII 11 338 IX-X 6 202 XI-XII 2 65 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 60 6 1 4 50 2 8093 1765 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 50 24 20 Composite Science Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 1 30 35 Chemistry Lab 1 30 30 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 24 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 30 50 Other Rooms 8 24 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 14 13 1 PRTs 21 21 0 TGTs 26 3 23 Librarian 2 2 0 PTI 5 5 0 PGTs 10 10 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 8093.7128 (in Acres.) 2 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1782.809 Whether the School at one site or two site ONE Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 1765.157 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 59 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 59 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 7000 Periodicals 10 Dailies 7 Reference Books 1000 Magazine 13 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  23. The Oxford School Of Education was established in the year 2004. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1630534, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a affiliation which is valid up to . It lies in the Bathinda district of Punjab and is currently being managed by the The Oxford Educational And Welfare Society Bhagta Bhai Ka Distt.Bathinda., Punjab. It is presently under the principal -administration of HARMOHAN SINGH SAHNI, with a total of 14 staff members. There are a total of 60 rooms, 04 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Jaitu and it is 15 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Jaitu Distance in KM 15 Nearest Police Station JaituLocal Distance in KM 1 Nearest Nationalised Bank Local Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 49 I-V 1 132 VI-VIII 1 55 IX-X 0 0 XI-XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 60 04 01 2 0 58 10177 6350 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 9 18 22 Composite Science Lab 1 33 18 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 18 22 Computer Science Lab 1 33 18 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 33 18 Other Rooms 17 18 22 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 1 1 0 PRTs 7 7 0 TGTs 3 3 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 10117.141 (in Acres.) 2.5 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2390.05 Whether the School at one site or two site ONE Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 8724.16 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 4 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 4 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 2150 Periodicals 5 Dailies 4 Reference Books 30 Magazine 3 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  24. The Oxford Senior Secondary School was founded in the year 1987. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 830028, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Bengaluru district of Karnataka and is currently being managed by the Children'S Education Society, Karnataka. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mariamma S Mathew, with a total of 79 staff members. There are a total of 60 rooms, 6 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Majestic and it is 15 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Majestic Distance in KM 15 Nearest Police Station MajesticJ.P.Nagar Distance in KM 1.5 Nearest Nationalised Bank Vijaya Bank Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 10 233 I-V 17 592 VI-VIII 11 338 IX-X 6 202 XI-XII 2 65 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 60 6 1 4 50 2 8093 1765 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 50 24 20 Composite Science Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 1 30 35 Chemistry Lab 1 30 30 Biology Lab 1 30 20 Maths Lab 1 24 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 30 50 Other Rooms 8 24 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 14 13 1 PRTs 21 21 0 TGTs 26 3 23 Librarian 2 2 0 PTI 5 5 0 PGTs 10 10 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 8093.7128 (in Acres.) 2 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1782.809 Whether the School at one site or two site ONE Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 1765.157 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 59 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 59 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 7000 Periodicals 10 Dailies 7 Reference Books 1000 Magazine 13 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  25. The Oxford School was founded in the year 2002. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1030196 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2014. It lies in the Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Mahakaushal Education Society, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of SH SANT KUMAR. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent
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