The d’Overbroeck’s summer programme allows international students to experience a UK independent boarding school environment. Each week is themed around a set topic with lessons adapted from the year-round d’Overbroeck’s curriculum. The lessons focus on advanced English skills based on GCSE and A-level subjects.
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d’Overbroeck’s Oxford is a traditional city-centre boarding school in the city of Oxford. Consistently ranked among the top co-educational boarding schools in the UK, d’Overbroeck’s was first founded in 1977 by Malcolm van Biervliet (the name “d’Overbroeck” comes from part of his family name, which has Flemish origins).
The school quickly established itself as a forward-thinking and highly-successful boarding school with a reputation for highly quality academic tuition.
d’Overbroeck’s and Bucksmore will work together in partnership to run the Summer Boarding School Experience programme, combining d’Overbroeck’s boarding school expertise with Bucksmore Education’s summer school background.
Located just to the north of Oxford city-centre, d’Overbroeck’s Oxford is made up of three main sections – with the summer programme taking place on the Leckford Road site. The school is situated just under one mile from the centre of Oxford.
Oxford is based in the South-East of England is one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse cities in England. Famous for its beautiful architecture, Oxford is only 60 miles north-west of London.
Situated in three of d’Overbroeck’s boarding houses, the accommodation consists of single, twin and 3-bed dorms with separate male and female, and all bathrooms are shared. There is a laundry room in the boarding house free of charge.
Bucksmore also offers a complimentary airport transfer service to students arriving at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
In addition to the the residential centre management team and counsellors that provide pastoral care and support to students, there are also friendly and welcoming d’Overbroeck’s staff on-site and happy to assist students.