Location and Facilities
Oxford Sixth Form College is located in the heart of the ancient centre of Oxford, just a few steps from the Bodleian Library and historic colleges such as Brasenose, Oriel, Corpus Christi and All Souls. Oxford’s reputation as a world centre for education and culture has grown over many centuries, and each of its colleges has its own kind of architectural beauty, art treasures, peaceful ambience and delightful gardens. It’s a place to feel inspired to learn.
A College in the heart of Oxford
Our College is housed in a row of handsome Victorian houses just a few yards from Oxford High Street. The centre of Oxford is small enough to explore on foot and is also within easy walking distance of the bus and rail stations. Students can enjoy Oxford’s bookshops, galleries and museums – many of which are world-class; relax and go punting on the river that flows through the city; or choose from the many other cultural offers of the city.
The College’s teaching buildings are in King Edward Street, in the heart of the University precinct. We maintain a supervised library, a well-equipped art room and separate photography room together with three science laboratories. Between lessons, students can relax in the student common room. There is also an IT suite, where students have Internet access through a fast broadband connection. A wireless network operates throughout the premises.
As the College is in a city centre location, there are a large number of cafés, sandwich bars and restaurants nearby. We also provide opportunities for joining student clubs and societies, and the academic life of the College is enhanced by a varied range of extra-curricular activities, including cultural visits, music and sports.
If you would like to discover what Oxford Sixth Form College can offer, or see the College yourself, you can contact us to find out about our open days and book a tour. Call us today on +44(0)1865 793333, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org