updated blog


International School at d’Overbroeck’s , We were delighted to welcome January starters from several countries such as Brazil, China, Germany, Iran and South Korea

Do remember there is the possibility of starting in January and April on our Year 10 course- this has a modular design enabling students to start at different points in the year without. Our new Year 9 course will have the same them based format also allowing different start dates in the year.

20 of our International School students took IGCSE Maths in January.  Half of these will be doing the Edexcel IGCSE Further Pure Maths in June, and the other half doing the AQA Certificate in Further Maths. Where appropriate we accelerate those students who can progress quickly and are ready for early exams.

 Our International School students have activities on Thursdays at Oxford University Sports Centre along with students from the rest of the school. These are excellent facilities where students can compete in a number gofactivities such as swimming, boxercise, basketball and football.
We have a busy activities programmes for students at the International School. Activities coming up in second half of the term include the following:
See the Yamato Japanese Drummers at the  New Theatre, Join a juggling workshop, Explore the countryside of Oxfordshire: Port Meadow, Learn how to play croquet , Watch a rugby match: Wasps vs Newcastle, Visit the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Visit the world famous Jeff Koons exhibition  at the Ashmolean, Go orienteering in the University Park, Go to see Rock of Ages at New Theatre, Visit Cadbury World & Selfridges, Birmingham, Visit Bleinheim Palace- home of Winston Churchill, Play boules , Visit Bath; go to the Roman Baths & city tour, Go orienteering in Oxfordshire, Play rounders.

Duke of Edinburgh
Students across the school take part in the Duke of Edinburgh scheme from Bronze to Gold. 8 of our Year 10i students will be going on an expedition shortly with UK students from across the school.

Hayfield House on the Banbury Road  will be a boarding house for our Year 11 students at the International School next year. It is just a few minutes from the school itself.

Nash Boarding House is other boarding house for Year 11 students next year. It is almost directly opposite the school.
St Philips – this is our boarding house mainly for for our Year 9 and Year 10 students next year.