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d'Overbroeck's

d'Overbroeck's is a leading independent day and boarding school in north Oxford, UK. We teach students aged 11-18 the GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level curriculum across three school sites: Years 7-11, the Sixth Form and The International School. We're proud to say that in 2019 we…

d'Overbroeck's is a leading independent day and boarding school in north Oxford, UK. We teach students aged 11-18 the GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level curriculum across three school sites: Years 7-11, the Sixth Form and The International School. We're proud to say that in 2019 we were ranked the best school in Oxfordshire for progress at A-Level for the 3rd year running and placed in the top 1% of schools in England for value-added at A-Level. This means that students who come to us in the Sixth Form achieve better results on average than they would have if they studied elsewhere.

People often ask us what makes us different from other schools; and the answer lies in our ethos, which is based on shared values and a relaxed but vibrant atmosphere. At d'Overbroeck's, 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 on a strong belief that every individual is at the heart of the school.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Antony Bounds
Contact Position
Head of Admissions and Registry
Telephone
01865 688600
E-mail
mail@doverbroecks.com
Website
d'Overbroeck's website

Where to go

Name
d'Overbroeck's
Address
d'Overbroeck's Sixth Form
333 Banbury Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX2 7PL

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
11 - 18 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Children
Young people

Last checked on 28/01/2021

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