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  1. St Edward's School, Oxford. An independent, co-educational, boarding and day school for ages 13-18 "There is something very special about Teddies."

  2. Telephone. 01865 319 204. Boat Club. St Edward's School Boat Club. Website. St Edward's School is a public school (English fee-charging boarding and day school) in Oxford, England. It is known informally as 'Teddies'.

  3. One of the few boarding schools in the UK to be lucky enough to be part of a vibrant university city, the school makes the most of its location – pupils have access to lectures from world-class academics and opportunities to explore the city’s colleges, museums and theatres.

  4. Our location has a huge impact on school life: We are one of few boarding schools in the UK that are set within a city, and Oxford is an ever-present influence on school life. St. Edwards has strong links with Oxford University – one of the most academically rich universities in the world.

  5. History and Archive. St Edwards School was founded in 1863 by the Reverend Thomas Chamberlain, Senior Student and Honorary Canon of Christ Church Oxford, who at the time was the Vicar at St. Thomas the Martyr in Oxford.

  6. How to Apply. St Edwards accepts approximately 150 pupils at 13+ into the Shell (Year 9); about 20 at 14+ into the Fourth Form (Year 10) to begin the two year IGCSE/GCSE and Pathways and Perspectives programme; and some 65 at 16+ into the Lower Sixth (Year 12) to begin the two year A Level or IB Diploma programme.

  7. International Admissions. St Edwards believes in educating its pupils in an internationally conscientious environment, where an understanding and celebration of different cultures is the norm. We therefore welcome applications from international pupils at Years 9, 10 and 12.