D’Overbroeck’s Collegeis a coeducational independent school for 11-18 year olds

d’Overbroeck’s College is a co-educational independent school in Oxford, England, for pupils aged 11–18.The International Study CentreD'Overbroeck's College, Leckford Road, Oxford.JPG


The College has three main parts, each based on a different site in North Oxford:

  • Leckford Place — the pupils section of the College on Leckford Road, taking boys and girls aged 11–16. This section of the College is for day pupils only this part of the school allows the pupils mind to be free, allowing the pupils to explore life.Leckford Place is the 11-16 section of d’Overbroeck’s College – which also incorporates the d’Overbroeck’s Sixth Form. This means that students stay at Leckford Place up to taking their GCSEs, at which point there is a natural progression to studying A levels at the Sixth Form.
  • The Sixth Form — teaching A levels to sixth form pupils (both day and boarding) aged 16+ in the Swan Building at 111 Banbury Road.
  • The International Study Centre — delivering academic English courses to prepare international pupils for their A level/International Baccalaureate studies in the UK. Pupils are typically 14–17 years old.



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