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Education

  • Cokethorpe School (Prep), Witney

    A selective, co-ed independent school set in 150 acres of dreamy Oxfordshire parkland. Though academics are well looked after, there's a refreshing emphasis on letting kids enjoy being kids.

  • Crown House Prep School, High Wycombe

    A small, high-achieving prep school in a higgledy-piggledy converted manor house just outside High Wycombe town centre, and the perfect grammar feeder-school.

  • Moulsford School, Moulsford

    A highly-regarded boy’s prep school in South Oxon in a stonkingly lovely setting on the Thames, with a strong reputation for sport and extracurricular activities.

  • Christ Church Cathedral School, Oxford

    This Oxford city centre specialist chorister school for boys has excellent academics, music oozing from every corner, and stunning off-site facilities.

  • St Edward’s School

    Looking for a city school? St Edward's School in Summertown, Oxford is a corker, with half of the cohort taking the IB rather than A-levels. Read on for the Muddy verdict.

  • Summer Fields School, North Oxford

    A top pre prep and prep day and boarding school for boys with small pupil numbers and whopper facilities, hidden away in 70 stunning acres leading to the Cherwell River.

  • d’Overbroeck’s, Oxford

    d'Overbroeck's in Oxford has a first name policy, progressive curriculum, a dedicated Sixth Form campus and a whole clutch of brilliant results. Impressed.

  • Chandlings Prep School, Bagley Wood, Oxford

    Muddy says: A warm, friendly prep school just outside Oxford, set in 60 lovely acres of land. A hidden gem amongst Oxford's more shouty preps - but for how long?

  • Kingham Hill School, North Oxon

    Muddy says: An idyllically placed co-ed, non-selective secondary school with a strong Christian ethos, set in 100 acres of Cotswolds countryside.

  • Heatherton School, Amersham

    Part of the Berkhamsted family of schools, Heatherton is a small and nurturing independent primary for girls. What in lacks in acreage it makes up in individual attention and pastoral care.

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