Welcome to the Oxford Sixth Form College family! Small in size yet big in spirit, our college is a vibrant global community where students from more than 35 countries live, learn, and thrive together. On this page, you’ll find lots of useful information, covering everything from social activities to important dates for your diary.
We embrace our students’ individual interests and talents, offering a variety of optional clubs, social activities, and trips that enrich their college experience.
Outside of lessons, students with shared passions can come together at college-organised clubs and societies that range from poetry and biology to team sports and Student Council. Looking for something different? The possibilities are endless! We can help you set up your own activity – or find a local club that’s right for you.
We organise several social events throughout the year, from cultural celebrations and fundraising drives to film screenings. You’ll enjoy an informal welcome party at the start of each year, a Christmas get-together, and a spring punting and picnic day, too. Our Summer Ball ends the academic year in style.
Both day and boarding students have the time and freedom to discover the vibrant cultural experiences on offer in Oxford. Our compact city is home to world-class museums and galleries, several theatres and music venues, and an outstanding range of cafés, restaurants, and food markets.
There’s so much to see and do around Oxford – and beyond. Our boarders enjoy weekends packed with activities, whether it’s hopping on the train to London, going for a walk in the countryside, or riding a rollercoaster at Thorpe Park. We also offer the Nord Anglia Education expedition to Les Martinets in Switzerland, where students take on physical challenges and work as a team.
Everything you need to know about day-to-day life at Oxford Sixth Form College.
In our relaxed, informal learning environment, our students are free to wear the clothes they feel most comfortable in.
Our user-friendly portals and apps connect teachers, students, and parents – and enable innovative learning experiences.
Yes, we offer boarding in three comfortable houses, each of which is within walking distance of our main college site. Our accommodation is staffed by a wonderful team of highly skilled house parents, who provide the care and individual support each student needs to thrive. Find out more about boarding with us.
The college is known for its small group, tutorial-style approach to teaching. In classes averaging just six – and with a teacher-student ratio of 1 to 4 –you’ll receive expert academic instruction and unwavering personal support. Our classes are informal and interactive environments,too, where ideas, creativity, and individuality flourish.
Our students’ outstanding success takes them to some of the world’s top universities. Destinations include the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, and Imperial College London.
Our culturally diverse, truly international community is home to students from more than 35 countries.
Classes run between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Every student’s day is different, depending on the academic programme being followed and subjects studied.