Tudor Hall School
About this Organisation
Tudor Hall is an independent boarding and day school of approximately 330 girls, of whom 75% are full boarders. The school is situated in parkland surroundings approximately one mile outside Banbury.
Tudor Hall is a successful school in many different ways – academically excellent from a broad intake with high levels of achievement in all areas of school life including art, drama, music and sport. We are progressive and outward looking in our vision for the school. The size of the school allows us to give our girls an individual education and provide the best possible platform for the next phase of their lives. The school has been well resourced over recent years and departments generally have their own teaching space and, within reason, whatever resources they need for teaching the curriculum.
Entry into the school occurs at 11+, 13+ and 16+. The school is selective, but strengths beyond the classroom are valued and consequently there is a range of ability in each year group. The ethos of the school is to foster the strengths of the individual, both in and out of the classroom, as is evident by the excellent examination results – over the last three years (2018–20) the girls have achieved 77.5% A*– B grades at A Level and 64.7% A*-A / 9–7 grades at GCSE with 97.9% achieving A*–C / 9–4.
Carrdus School is the Tudor Hall preparatory school. It is an independent co-ed day school for pupils aged 3 to 11 years old. Highly respected in the locality, it has a long record of academic success coupled with outstanding pastoral care. The School is situated just outside Banbury in a rural setting. It has approximately 110 pupils, single class entry and a staff of 30.
Both schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service.
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