Prep School Oxfordshire – Windrush Valley School – Catchment Area
We believe that every child deserves the best possible start. Therefore we are committed to making educational excellence accessible to as many children as possible. To help meet our commitment we offer affordable fees and a wide catchment area. We draw children from towns, hamlets and villages in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire in a twenty mile radius around the village of Ascott-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton.
We’re a private prep school and as such prepare boys and girls aged 3-11 for a successful future in either the independent or state senior school sectors. Our class sizes currently average 10 pupils. This means your child receives one-to-one attention from our high qualified and experienced teaching staff, delivering academic excellence, building self-esteem, self-confidence and independence. Through its carefully planned programme for settling new children in quickly, the school ensures that the transition process is a rewarding experience. Prior to admission, children are encouraged to spend time with their prospective class in order to get to know their classmates and teacher. The youngest age a child can start is three, with older children joining at later times.
If you want to give your child the best possible start – excellence starts here.
Prep School Oxfordshire – Windrush Valley School – About us
Founded in 1951, it is registered with the Department for Education (DfE), the Independent Schools Council (ISC) and the Independent Schools Association (ISA); it is routinely inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI). The school is ranked in the Top 50 Best Prep Schools in England by the Sunday Times. In addition. the school has received an Award for Excellence by the Independent School Association.
We understand the needs of busy parents and therefore provide supervised wrap-around care arrangements daily from 08:00 before school, and up to 18:00 after school.
As an independent Prep School in Oxfordshire, we prepare pupils for a successful future in either the independent or state secondary school sectors. Over the last 21 years all pupils have passed their senior school entry examination and attended their first-choice secondary school.