St Edward's School - Oxford
What is St. Edward’s School, Oxford like?
St Edward’s, commonly known as ‘Teddies’ is a lovely boarding school in Oxford, on the Woodstock Road, leading out of the city to the North. The school is spread over both sides of the main road, connected by a tunnel. Every department is very well-kept and the facilities are great without being huge and flashy. There is a new and very impressive science department and the art block is stunning, with Ceramics a particular strength. Boarding houses are, unusually, for all year groups including 6th form, but the 6th form do have their own centre for socialising. St Edward’s offers a broad curriculum, including the option of the IB in the 6th form.
Would St Edward’s be suitable for my child?
St Edward’s offers a great co-educational boarding school experience for bright and outgoing boys and girls. The Oxford location is a big plus for students who want to have a bustling university city on the doorstep. The school is traditional without being stuffy.
How can I apply to St Edward’s School, Oxford?
The main entry point to St Edward’s is at 13+ with a number of places also available for 6th form entry at 16+. A small number of places are usually available for Year 10 entry too. Please contact us for advice on entry to this and other academically selective schools.