Nash House

A typical Oxford house located only 10 minutes’ walk from Oxford city centre

Nash House provides students at our International School with safe and welcoming accommodation near to the centre of Oxford.

Features

  • Lovely typical Oxford large house
  • Located opposite the International School buildings at 111 Banbury Road
  • 18 students, single sex
  • Twin rooms with ensuite bathrooms
  • Students eat all meals at the school
  • Communal facilities include common room, dining area, kitchen, large garden and laundry room
  • Bicycle storage
  • All rooms have wi-fi access
  • Study period Monday to Thursday evenings at 7pm
  • Set curfew appropriate for the student’s age Sunday to Thursday, an hour later on Friday & Saturday
  • Ten minutes walk from the centre of Oxford
  • 2 minutes by bus to 333 Banbury Road (public transport)
  • Students cannot stay at any time outside the usual school term. Student guardians are required to make arrangements for these occasions

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Meet our Head of House: Jules

Jules is our Head of House for Nash.

Jules has worked in education for 22 years. Her first role was in supporting children with behavioural and learning difficulties but she has also been an Examinations Manager and a Development Officer. In 2008 she moved into her first boarding role and has never looked back. She has held the position of Head of Boarding in a large all girls boarding school, but moved to d’Overbroeck’s because she was attracted by the school’s ethos and community values. Jules enjoys caring for the girls in Nash and promotes a kind and happy atmosphere. Girls are encouraged to be independent but also to take part in the house activities that take place most weekends. Jules has a grown up son who also lives in Oxford and works at the Ashmolean Museum and a spaniel called Hetty. She likes exploring the wild corners of Scotland when she is on holiday, sailing around the western isles and taking landscape and wildlife photographs.

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