d'Overbroeck's - Independent school in Oxford

d’Overbroeck’s was founded in 1977 by Malcolm van Biervliet, who taught at the school until 2007. We teach a wide and varied GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level curriculum to students from the UK and around the world. We truly are a global community and are committed to our core values:

  • A focus on the individual – a range of subjects for students to mix and match, customisable academic enrichment programmes and a wealth of co-curricular opportunities
  • Achievement-driven – fostering an environment of academic excellence for our students
  • Future-focused – applying best-practice industry standards to provide all of our students the skills they will need for their next steps in education and the world of work
  • Fun and laughter – we believe education is better when students enjoy themselves
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Students and families often ask us why we’re different from other schools. The answer? It’s because we always focus on the individual in all aspects of school life. We stretch our students academically, but make sure they’re having fun at the same time. And most importantly, we’re preparing all our students for their next step by giving them independence, developing their skills beyond the curriculum and encouraging mutual respect between students and teachers.

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On Tuesday Year 7 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Warwick Castle. We were very fortunate with the lovely sunny weather, and students were able to explore the castle grounds to ...learn more about the history of the castle and its development. The origins of Warwick Castle tie in with some of our studies from earlier in the year - the first defensive burh was built on the site by order of Aethelflaed, Lady of the Mercians in 914 CE, with a wooden motte and bailey castle structure following in 1068 as part of the consolidation of Norman control.

In addition to discussion about the defensive features of the castle, walking the motte and the ramparts (which included an impressive 500+ spiral steps!), students were also able to expand their knowledge of medieval warfare through a display of knightly fighting which showcased the use of different weapons and explained key tactics in the context of some humorous stories! The students were also lucky enough to see an impressive archery demonstration by the Warwick Castle bowman. During lunch students were treated to a spectacular birds of prey show, featuring the agile harrier hawk and impressively huge Andean condor and Steller's sea eagle, swooping just inches above the heads of the crowd. 🦅

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On Tuesday Year 7 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Warwick Castle. We were very fortunate with the lovely sunny weather, and students were able to explore the castle grounds to ...learn more about the history of the castle and its development. The origins of Warwick Castle tie in with some of our studies from earlier in the year - the first defensive burh was built on the site by order of Aethelflaed, Lady of the Mercians in 914 CE, with a wooden motte and bailey castle structure following in 1068 as part of the consolidation of Norman control.

In addition to discussion about the defensive features of the castle, walking the motte and the ramparts (which included an impressive 500+ spiral steps!), students were also able to expand their knowledge of medieval warfare through a display of knightly fighting which showcased the use of different weapons and explained key tactics in the context of some humorous stories! The students were also lucky enough to see an impressive archery demonstration by the Warwick Castle bowman. During lunch students were treated to a spectacular birds of prey show, featuring the agile harrier hawk and impressively huge Andean condor and Steller's sea eagle, swooping just inches above the heads of the crowd. 🦅

#atdoverbroecks #secondaryschool #studywithus #school #OxfordSchools #education #learning #UKindependentschools #UKeducation #privateschool #coed #NordAngliaEducation #InternationalStudents #InternationalSchool #InternationalEducation #InternationalTeachers #GlobalEducation #WarwickCastle

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On Tuesday Year 7 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Warwick Castle. Students explored the castle grounds to learn more about the history of the castle and its development. The ...origins of Warwick Castle tie in with some of our studies from earlier in the year.
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Eight students from The International School and Years 7-11 took part in a multi-committee conference at Tudor Hall School near Banbury. Between them, they represented Brazil, ...Nigeria, Japan and the United States, and they debated some hefty issues:
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