History of Oxford Sixth Form College
For more than 30 years, Oxford Sixth Form College has provided a high quality of education and pastoral support to both UK and international students.
The College was originally established to help students achieve results by teaching them in small groups and tutorials – and our popular Easter Revision Courses have been a part of the College from the very beginning. The success of this approach means that individual tuition and focused exam preparation both remain a central part of our teaching.
Below is a timeline of our major developments over the last 30 years:
1988: The Director of Studies of Wolsey Hall College, Oxford sets up Wolsey Hall Tutorial College in Gloucester Green to focus on A Level retake courses and Easter revision strategies. The initial intake is 40 domestic students.
1990s: The College moves to King Edward Street and is renamed Oxford Tutorial College. At this time, the College also begins to admit international students.
2007: The Alfred Street building is added to the campus in order to accommodate the growing number of students.
2010: Oxford Tutorial College changes ownership and becomes part of the Oxford International Education Group.
2017: Oxford Tutorial College educates around 200 students with emphasis on quality teaching and support, providing students with a variety of subjects and flexible start dates.
2019: The College joins the Independent Schools Association (ISA) and Boarding Schools Association (BSA) and is renamed Oxford Sixth Form College to reflect the evolution of its offering.
2021: The College becomes part of the Nord Anglia Education family.