St Edward's School, Oxford

St Edward's School, Oxford

Charity information

St Edward's School, Oxford

Founded in 1863, St Edward’s is an independent, co-educational boarding school situated in North Oxford.

Founded 1863

  • Mission statement

    The School exists to provide an excellent all-round education to each individual in its care, and the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) recently praised "the outstanding quality of the School's educational provision".

    The School aims to inspire its pupils
    • to discover and realise their full academic, sporting, artistic and personal potential
    • to aim for and to reach, on leaving, places in higher education or employment which will stretch and fulfil them to the utmost
    • to become well-rounded young men and women who enjoy life and contribute to the lives of others
    • to become leaders, learning how to think for themselves, cooperate, solve problems, make decisions and communicate effectively
    • to reflect and act on the spiritual and moral dimensions of life in making a contribution to the world
    • to respect others, to be open-minded, tolerant, principled and honest.

    St Edward's is a school that flourishes on an ethos of inclusivity and has thrived on a broad academic and social intake. In addition to a wide range of scholarships and awards, the School offers a number of bursaries at varying levels designed to widen access. These are to ensure that children whose parents would not normally be able to afford School fees might have the opportunity to benefit from the undisputed academic, extra-curricular and pastoral benefits of a St Edward's education.

  • Overview

    Established: 1863

    Registered Charity Number: 309681

    Phone number: 01865 319205

    Address: St Edward's School Woodstock Road Oxford OX2 7NN

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  • Martyrs Rowing Fund

    Martyrs funding for rowing at St Edward's Oxford
  • Scholarships and Bursaries

    Extending the undisputed academic, extra-curricular and pastoral benefits that the School ... More