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  • Bosworth College

    Although very informal (no uniforms), it's a traditional school. Students who work hard and recognise the need to work outside of the curriculum to develop themselves in both a social and academic sense pre their University application, will do well here. Also great for elite sports students.

  • Pitsford School

    A nurturing small, independent ISA co-educational school and pre-prep in a picturesque Northamptonshire village housed in a characterful Georgian building with outstanding results.

  • Carrdus School

    A small, more intimate, 'family' oriented co-ed prep school, Carrdus School near Banbury is a good option for those who resolutely don't want to hot-house their kids.

  • Ashfold School, Dorton, near Aylesbury

    Know about this bucolic co-ed prep school in mid Bucks' rolling hills? Ashfold feeds into top independent schools including Rugby, says Muddy founder and Bucks/Oxon editor Hero Brown

    • Sibford School, Banbury

      A 50 acre Quaker co-ed day/boarding school for kids 3-18, near Banbury. A non-selective school with excellent SEN provision and a large intake of international students, it offers a high level of pastoral care and small class sizes

    • Bloxham School nr Banbury

      Bloxham School is a co-ed day/boarding for kids 11-18 in a pretty village south of Banbury with a reputation for all-rounder education. This review contains the latest facts and figures as of March 17.

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