Radley College

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Radley College is a full boarding school for 690 boys aged 13‑18, set on a beautiful 800 acre estate, just three miles from Oxford. It was founded in 1847 by the Reverend William Sewell, fellow of Exeter College. We believe strongly in the pursuit of excellence, both inside the classroom and out, and on encouraging boys to develop their talents and discover new interests. As an unashamedly full boarding environment, Radley defines itself by its caring community where all, staff and boys alike, are passionate about what they do, and dedicated to it. A Radley education is about academic ambition, learning to live with others and preparation for the world beyond its gates. Above all, it is about the core values that will underpin success in all its forms throughout a Radleian's life: as leaders, citizens and human beings.

Facts & Figures

Head
John Moule
Address
Kennington Road, Abingdon, , England, OX14 2HR
Telephone
01235 543 174
Residential
Boarding
Gender
Boys
School Setting
Rural
Number of Boys
690
Age Range
Fee Range (Termly)
£10,700
Location

 

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