Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium international schools organisation announced that three of the UK’s leading independent day and boarding schools joined the Group on 31 March 2021. Oxford International College, d’Overbroeck’s, and Oxford Sixth Form College are located in Oxford.
“We are proud to celebrate another milestone in Nord Anglia’s history by welcoming three new UK schools to our global family. Every Nord Anglia school is individual and reflective of its own local community, and our schools in Oxford have an impressive reputation for outstanding academic results with students attending the world’s top universities. By becoming part of the Nord Anglia family of schools, students and colleagues will benefit from our collaborations with leading global institutions including MIT, King’s College London, Juilliard, and UNICEF. We are looking forward to welcoming our new students and their families to Nord Anglia.”
-- Andrew Fitzmaurice, Chief Executive Officer, Nord Anglia Education
“We are excited to be joining Nord Anglia Education because we share the same educational philosophy and ambitions for our students. It speaks to the quality of our education that we are joining Nord Anglia’s global network of schools.”
-- Jonathan Cuff, Managing Director of Schools and Colleges for Oxford International Education Group
Teachers and staff at the schools will also benefit from being part of a larger professional community with numerous development opportunities. This includes access to Nord Anglia University, a vibrant professional development programme connecting NAE colleagues together through cutting-edge courses, as well as access to a Master’s Degree in International Education at King’s College London, developed exclusively for NAE teachers and staff.
Oxford International College
Oxford International College, established in 2002, is one of the UK’s leading Sixth Form colleges. In 2019 and 2020, the school was named the best-performing college by The Times School League, The Daily Telegraph School League, and the Educational Advisors’ Independent School League Table. One in three of its students earn places at Oxford or Cambridge every year, while 59% of all students are accepted into Oxford, Cambridge, University College London, Imperial College London, and the London School of Economics.
D’Overbroeck’s, founded in 1977, is a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school. The school is made up of Years 7 to 11, a Sixth Form teaching A-levels with boarding, and an international school teaching IGCSEs.
Oxford Sixth Form College
Oxford Sixth Form College, established in 1988, is an independent day and boarding Sixth Form college for students aged 15 to 19 and specialises in A-levels, GCSEs, and other courses. Students from both schools go on to study at the world’s top universities including Oxford and Cambridge.