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  • Cherwell College Oxford
    St George's Mansions
    George Street
    OX1 2AR
  • Head: Mr Stephen Clarke
  • T 01865 242 670
  • F 01865 791 761
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  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 14 to 19.
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Oxfordshire
  • Pupils: 150
  • Religion: Not Applicable
  • Fees: Fees are based on a bespoke programme for students
  • Open days: Parents, students and agents by appointment

What the school says...

ISI report April 2016: Exceeds Expectations with 'Outstanding Accommodation'
Cherwell College provides an exciting and challenging opportunity of studying in a mature, yet informal and friendly academic environment; being closely yet discreetly supervised by highly qualified, experienced, dedicated and caring teaching staff. Students work in an atmosphere of tolerance and understanding that encourages them to develop their abilities to the full, acquiring the self-confidence and self-discipline so valued for higher education and enjoying a positive environment that encourages motivation and the ability to think independently.

Cherwell's distinction is that of tuition geared to the needs of the individual student. Tutorial classes attended are supported and reinforced by small group seminars, lectures and trial examinations. Weekly trial examinations and termly mocks feature in the timetable, particularly important to those students where examination results do not always reflect their true academic potential. Monthly reports, written by each subject tutor, allow parents to closely monitor academic and pastoral progress.

Cherwell College is an Examination Centre for all exam boards and students can join at any point in the academic year.
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