Based in the heart of the university city of Oxford, Cherwell College Oxford is a leading independent college, with excellent boarding facilities. We specialise in one-to-one & small group tuition for students aiming to achieve the qualiﬁcations they need for higher education. Cherwell oﬀers both ﬁrst-time and retake courses at A-level and GCSE over one or two years, as well as both short and long term programmes. All our students receive one-to-one tuition, alongside small group seminars.
Mr Stephen Clarke (Principal)
ISC associations: ISA
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
Day/boarding type: Day, Weekly/Flexible Boarding and Full Boarding
Gender profile: Coeducational
Boarding fees per term:
£5,900 to £18,395
Day fees per term:
£1,650 to £12,870
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
931 / 6016
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 12 to 25 (14)
Boarding: 12 to 19 (21)
Sixth Form: (22)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 12 to 25 (19)
Boarding: 12 to 19 (9)
Sixth Form: (16)
Please see our website for more information: www.cherwell-college.co.uk
All students are assessed when they start at Cherwell College Oxford and previous reports are considered, so that staff can understand their prior learning. This information will provide a benchmark for the development of an appropriate curriculum for each student.
When planning teaching and pastoral care, the Academic Team and the Welfare Team will set suitable learning challenges and respond to the diverse learning needs of students. Staff will take account of the special educational needs presented by the students and make provision to support individuals or groups of students through their planning. This will ensure that all students are able to access and participate fully in the curriculum. Some students may require additional or different help from that of their peers: the Academic Team will prepare an Individual Learning Plan which is drawn up with input from the student and their parents/carers.
Short term targets are recorded together with suitable strategies to enable the student to meet these targets and the expected outcome. Individual Learning Plans are reviewed each term and targets amended as appropriate to the progress of each learner.
All learners at Cherwell College Oxford who are identified with SEN are usually supported by an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP).
The College employs a professional team to contribute to the learning and welfare of the students: Clinical Psychologist; Occupational Therapist; Speech & Language Therapist; Resident Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo); Resident Head of Boarding; Residential Welfare Officers.
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies