Our Sixth Formers enjoy a campus lifestyle, dressing as undergraduates instead of feeling constrained in business suits and classrooms. The neighbourhood of Summertown is on the doorstep, offering freedom and independence to our older students. Our A Level class sizes are kept purposefully small, ranging from about two to fourteen students, depending on the subject you are taking, but averaging eight in a class. From spring 2020, Sixth Formers will have a brand-new, contemporary building that reflects OHS’s reputation as the leading educator of girls.
One of the joys of being a Sixth Former is the freedom you enjoy – and not just in what you study but the way you study.
What better place to enjoy these newfound freedoms than our brand new Sixth Form Centre? Opening in January 2020, its state-of-the-art facilities will give our Sixth Form a hub in which to congregate, share ideas and bond as a like-minded group. Comprising seminar rooms, a juice and panini bar, break-out spaces, a lecture theatre and a new auditorium in which, among others, National Theatre Live performances will be screened, it’s also the perfect place in which to grab a coffee, study and catch up with classmates.
And when you’re done with your coffee, you can head out into leafy Summertown for some R&R or walk up the Banbury Road into the heart of Oxford’s museum district. Meanwhile, our Sixth Form study centre above the library has all your academic needs covered.