The Learning Support department at OHS works with subject teachers to identify and support girls with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND). The focus is on empowerment, with tutorials and small group sessions to consolidate strengths and discover strategies to take advantage of these, not only at school but throughout girls’ lives. We recognise that students with SEND are no less likely to achieve the best grades in public exams or be offered places at the most competitive universities, and are proud that the progress made by girls with SEND at Oxford High School matches or exceeds that of their peers. Many girls at Oxford High School speak languages other than English and a few speak English as an additional language (EAL). The Learning Support department offers support to those who require this.
Sixth Form scholarships
All Rounder awards
Bursaries for new entrants
Hardship awards for existing pupils
“Our girls don’t just enjoy their time at school, they thrive because of it.
I feel delighted – and immensely privileged – to welcome you to these pages introducing our school. Oxford High Prep is a place where exploration and excellence come together to create vibrant, nurturing educational journeys. It is a school where girls have fearless minds and open hearts, and where a love of learning is shared at every turn, inspiring every child to be confident, inquisitive and, above all, herself.
As a school leader, I feel privileged to be part of such a community. It is never less than inspiring to see our girls making connections, expressing their creativity, applying their knowledge and aspiring for excellence. Ours is a culture in which girls are encouraged to take risks in their learning and support each other when they occasionally, inevitably, fail, and to learn as much from their errors as their achievements.
‘Her imagination will be fired by new worlds of learning.’
As your daughter starts her journey with us, she will encounter our special balance of nurturing and challenge in so many ways. Her imagination will be fired by new worlds of learning, her understanding will be deepened by expert insights, her confidence will be strengthened by a community that wants her to thrive – and, most of all, no two days will ever be the same.”