At Oxford Sixth Form College we strongly believe that one size does not fit all. Every student has different aspirations and abilities and we are committed to helping them to reach their potential and meet their goals. From the moment we receive a student’s application we regard them as an individual.
Established in 1988, Oxford Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading independent sixth form colleges for students aged 15-19. Formerly named Oxford Tutorial College, we sustain the tutorial tradition through an average class size of four students and through having no more than eight students in an A-Level class. We offer greater flexibility than mainstream schools with over 20 subjects on offer across A-Level, GCSE and BTEC.
Academic Preparation Programme (APP) is the perfect gateway programme to settle international students into the UK education system and prepare them for the next stage of their academic career.
A “school” that scams your money. If you love your children, don’t send them here. A waste of time and money. 95% of the students that goes here vapes and smokes, they even smoke in the indoor corridors and common rooms.
Non of the teachers know how to teach, their phones go off every second, they don’t know basic math like addition and subtraction, and on a daily basis students has to walk to the teacher through on how to do the math question, a GCSE question. One English literature teacher, was “absent” for continuously three weeks (bet she was on a holiday having all the fun in her life )and all those lessons we had to either go to the “library” which isn’t actually a library, just a classroom with like 10 books, or a substitute teacher that just sits there and asks us random questions. Not to mention that this so called school squished all four English literature lessons and two English lessons into one day, making that about four hours of English, this suggested to me that the timetable is for the part time teachers’ convenient, not for the students’ good. Some teachers seriously look like they are on drugs. Once they were doing an experiment, they took the wrong kind of substance and worked with it. Then they poured the substance into a filtering paper when was supposed to be poured to a beaker, then broke the glass looking high as ever, attempted to kick the shattered glass under the table.
Once, I wrote an email saying that six English lessons in a day is too much, and the teacher brushed it off. I then found out from a friend that she has been laughing with other students and maybe teachers that I can’t handle the lessons and took what I said as a joke. Oh and most of the teachers are part times, so don’t bother expecting that they will be good.
This school is draining my mental health.
When I enter the school I want to be my best and achieve as much as I could, not into a week I lost that motivation as teachers and other classmates does not reciprocate that energy and just drains it.
Everyday as I sit in class and think of how much time, money and energy I am wasting and how much I could be able to do if I didn’t walk into this trap of a school.