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Tudor hall school

Address: Wykham Park, Banbury OX16 9UR, United Kingdom
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Description Tudor hall school

  • Established: in 1850
  • Location: Bunbury, Oxfordshire, UK
  • Age of students: from 11 to 18 years
  • Type of education: girls' school
  • Type of accommodation: board / day form
  • Language learning: English.

Founded more than a century and a half ago, the Tudor Hall School is one of the oldest educational institutions for girls throughout the UK. Along with the study of the latest technologies in the field of physics and architecture, attention is paid to manners and ethics, tact and respect for dissent are inculcated. The administration and teachers maintain a constant close individual connection not only with each student, but also with her family - this allows the parents who send their daughter to get an education abroad, to stay abreast of all the important events of her life, to be confident both as an academic knowledge of the student, and and in his physical and psychological comfort.

The main task of the institution’s team is to develop the talents that are already incorporated in the pupils - this is why there is a lot of attention paid to multidirectional after-school activities, including those related to the field of art and drama.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Tudor hall school

Program name
from 12 400 £ / term


Pre-GCSE - secondary school program for female students aged from 11 to 14 years. Duration of studying is 3 years, from the seventh to the ninth grade. At this stage, students study 17 compulsory subjects: in addition to the usual mathematics, computer science, physics, geography, history, as well as the linguistic block, including English, French and Latin, the program includes courses such as:

  • Dancing and music;
  • Philosophy of religion;
  • Drama and art;
  • Household economics and cooking;
  • Classic civilizations.

Classes within the program are structured in such a way as to stimulate all types of pupils memory. In addition to mastering academic material, lessons contribute to the development of adolescents:

  • Self confidence;
  • Discipline and responsibility;
  • Independence;
  • The ability to effectively build communication in the team of peers;
  • Initiative.
from 12 400 £ / term


GCSE is a high school program designed for female students from 14 to 16 years old. It consists of two blocks of disciplines: compulsory for studying and with a choice.

Compulsory courses include:

  • English;
  • English literature;
  • Maths;
  • Chemistry;
  • Physics;
  • Biology.

The following disciplines are available for students to choose from:

  • One of the European languages: French, German, Spanish;
  • Latin;
  • Philosophy of religion;
  • Geography;
  • History;
  • Drama, art, music;
  • Dancing, physical education;
  • Cooking;
  • Computer science, design, technology.

One of the most important tasks of the GCSE program, teachers see the formation of a lively interest in studying, the skill of an independent comprehensive study of the topics, therefore the educational process takes place in various formats, including:

  • Presentations;
  • Lectures;
  • Seminars;
  • Open discussions;
  • Individual and group projects with reports.

If female students choose drama in the number of subjects studied, they must take part in the annual festival dedicated to the work of Shakespeare (the organization of the event takes place at the national level).

from 12 400 £ / term


A-Level is a two-year pre-university education program for high school students aged 16 to 18 years, which implies a weekly load of 20 to 25 academic hours, including English and the subjects chosen by the student. The certificate of successful completion and passing of A-Level tests indicates that a full-fledged secondary education has been obtained and allows its owner to enter UK universities.

The main goal of the program is to successfully prepare students of the Tudor Hall School to enter the desired university. Within the A-Level course, each student individually selects from three to six subjects to study out of 45 possible. In addition to linguistic, exact, and natural cycle sciences, one can study, for example, psychology, political science, consulting and business-oriented, entrepreneurship lectures.

It is very important to choose the right list of subjects, focusing on the requirements of the future university, because the success of entering the university directly depends on the correspondence of courses and exam scores.

The program consists of two levels of study:

  • After the first year, students receive an AS-Level;
  • After the completion of the second academic year - A2-Level.

For applicants who want to enroll at the Tudor Hall School at 15-16 years old (most often after finishing ninth grade in the Russian Federation), the administration offers to join current high school students, to spend the day with them and visit the items that the student would like to study at AS.

Accommodation, housing and food

In addition to the opportunity to attend Tudor Hall School on a full-time basis, there is the right to live here on full-board basis. In this case, the girls are settled in one of three buildings:

  • Residence Todd House for students from 11 to 13 years;
  • The Ills - housing for female students aged 13 to 16 years;
  • Residence for high school students 16-18 years.

All buildings have bedrooms, living rooms, studying rooms. Girls can relax in the winter garden, and high school students are provided with the opportunity to cook for themselves, to monitor their belongings (plates in the kitchen and washing machines are additionally installed in their residence).

Tudor Hall School provides full three meals a day (boarding) hot meals.

Events Tudor hall school

The school provides an opportunity to engage in more than twenty sports, including:

  • Hockey;
  • Lacrosse;
  • Tennis;
  • Swimming;
  • Fencing;
  • Dancing;
  • Skiing.

Traditionally, all students are involved in art classes: the institution has an orchestra, choir, vocal and instrumental music communities, theater and poetry circles.

There are also many clubs of interest: from photography, ceramics and textiles to business and environmental protection.

Every year, the educational institution organizes expeditions to different parts of the world - for example, to Morocco and Nicaragua. Additionally, girls can participate in charity projects that are implemented in India, Africa and South America.


  • High quality standards of academic education, confirmed by the successful admission of graduates to prestigious English-speaking universities, including universities in the Russel Group.
  • The opportunity to participate in international charity projects.
  • Trips to different countries of the world.
  • Twice in the semester you need to pass the test in tact, willingness to help, courtesy and good breeding.
  • Geographical location in an ecologically clean area - in an area that has officially been given the status of a territory of special natural beauty.
  • The presence of full-time education and full board, which allows parents to choose the most convenient option for their family to attend school.
  • The balance of study and sports activity, the development of creative skills.
  • Participation in sports competitions of regional and national level.
  • The development of personal leadership qualities of students: at school they encourage independence and responsibility, they teach not to be afraid of mistakes and to boldly express their point of view.

Equipment Tudor hall school

The buildings of the educational institution provide everything for a comfortable study and life of female students: in addition to the academic classes, the school has a physical and chemical laboratory. In the library, girls have access to the Internet, which helps them in their studies and allows them to be in touch with their parents.

For sports activities on the territory are functioning:

  • Indoor heated pool;
  • Fields with artificial surfaces and spotlights;
  • Netball and squash courts;
  • Sports and fitness rooms.

Also in the school town there is a theater for performances of pupils, a dining room with its own kitchen.

The pride of the institution is the stable and equipped boat dock.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

To enroll in school, you must pass tests on logical thinking, English and mathematics, a personal interview with the director and take part in one of the extracurricular activities.

When enrolling in school, the administration pays close attention to the following features:

  • Achievements in sports, music, theatrical art;
  • Academic performance;
  • Characteristics from previous educators.

Entrance examinations are held in September, a year before the desired date of admission. For applicants older than 13 years, it is possible to pass tests for 2 years before enrollment.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

The educational process in the institution is divided into 3 trimesters:

  • Autumn (September 4 - December 14);
  • Spring (January 7 - March 29);
  • Summer (April 23 - June 29).

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- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
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