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Accommodation for teenagers

Residential houses

Our accommodation comprises of 15 residential houses within a 5 minute walk of Banbury Road, where our teaching facilities are located. Each house accommodates between 7-25 students. The atmosphere is welcoming, informal and friendly. Our investment in our accommodation offers a safe and comfortable boarding experience. We welcome students from all over the world. You may be allocated a room with student from another country. This helps you make friends and enhances the international experience.

  • Our House Parents are responsible for the supervision, welfare and care of students in each residence
  • Residences are twin or triple rooms, with a limited number of single available. Male and female students live in separate houses
  • All houses have a common room and a kitchen to make drinks and snacks
  • Meals are provided in our modern and recently upgraded dining hall or Sugar House Café
  • Free WIFI is available in each house and every student room
  • House rules may differ for different age group. However, house rules must be followed
  • Bed linen, towels and other useful amenities are provided
  • Access to 24 hour welfare support through our network of deans, teachers, House Parents, and College nurses.

Our residences are just a short walk from the beautiful and historic city of Oxford where students can experience a thriving hub of culture and city sights.

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