10th January 2019

How to Study Smart

Since September 2015, there have been significant changes to A-Levels and, more recently, to GCSEs. But what has not changed is the pressure upon students to achieve the very highest grades they are capable of. The spring term of the academic year sees students begin to contemplate the GCSE and A-Level examinations that lie ahead […]

4th January 2019

New Year, New Name

Established in 1988, the College has recently passed its thirtieth birthday. As we enter our thirty first year of existence we are now a very different place compared with thirty years ago and the time has come for this to be reflected in our name. Consequently, the New Year of 2019 will see a new […]

13th December 2018

OGYP Debate

Our Oxford Gap Year Programme students divided the College this week, with a lunchtime debate on free speech. Chaired by Tobias Jenny, the debate saw a compelling proposal from Malena Dorneman, supported by Krish Pillai and Alexis Pisco, with strong counter arguments from Jasper Canacher and her supporters Anja Segmueller and A-Level student Cassien Beedel. […]

20th November 2018

Fun, games and sweet treats for Children in Need

The Student Council led the college in raising money for Children in Need last week. After selling pin badges, wristbands, Pudsey Bear ears and other merchandise in the weeks leading up, they held a cake and sweet sale and a ‘Guess the number of sweets in the jar’ competition. The winner of the competition was […]

12th September 2018

Our students are published authors!

Earlier this year, as part of their Advanced Preparation Programme, some of our students submitted short stories to the Young Writers¬†Stranger Sagas¬†competition. Students aged 11-18 from schools and colleges all around the UK were challenged to write a mini saga – of just 100 words – after either choosing from one of eight opening lines, […]