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National School Reviews

  • Maltman’s Green School

    Formidable facilities with a particular strength in gymnastics make up this effective 12 acre non-selective girls' day school in leafy Gerrards Cross.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Cothill House School, Abingdon

    Muddy says: A homely but high achieving boys boarding school, set in 26 lovely acres near Abingdon, South Oxfordshire. The emphasis is on 'fit' here, and allowing boys to be boys.

  • Godstowe School, High Wycombe

    This small day and boarding school for girls strikes the perfect balance between a stellar academic record and a nurturing, inclusive environment.

  • Wychwood School, central Oxford

    Looking for a school that puts huge emphasis on pastoral care, nurturing and personal development? Say hello to this bijou day and boarding school for girls in central Oxford.

  • Thorpe House School, Gerrards Cross

    A small, friendly day school for boys aged 4-16 between Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St Peter, set in seven acres and high on inclusivity.

  • Oxford Sixth Form College

    A super-central college that specialises in single year GSCEs, B-TECS, A-levels and retakes, with a large cohort of international students.

  • Ashfold School, Dorton, Mid Bucks

    Muddy says: This bucolic co-ed prep school for day pupils and boarders in the rolling hills of Buckinghamshire is family-oriented with a deserved reputation for its all-rounder offering.

  • Harrow School Online

    Combining Harrow's heritage with leading online tech, Harrow School Online offers co-ed learning for ages 16-18. Social contact and extracurriculars aren't after-thoughts, either.

  • Their words: what kids really think of online school

    What if you're too scared to put your hand up in class, too exhausted to get out of bed, struggle with SEN, or too busy playing golf? Four kids explain why they made the switch and what they think of life at InterHigh, an online school.

  • InterHigh School

    The longest established online school in the UK for kids 7-18 has seen interest rise exponentially since Covid. So what's all the fuss about?

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