About Bloxham School
Bloxham School is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18 situated in north Oxfordshire.
We are proud to boast state-of-the-art facilities for academic work, sport, technology and the arts on a modern, single-site campus. With around 430 students, Bloxham is small enough to ensure that each student receives individual attention, yet large enough to offer every opportunity a school twice its size could deliver. Our flexible approach to boarding responds to the demands of modern family living, with all our students classified as either boarders, day boarders or day students.
Bloxham School was founded in 1860 by The Reverend Philip Reginald Egerton and was borne out of the Oxford Movement. Its foundation was supported by eminent academics of the day and prominent clergymen, including Bishop Wilberforce. Its Church of England roots are still very much in evidence and the Christian values of our founding fathers remain at the core of a Bloxham education.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Oxfordshire village of Bloxham, Bloxham School is only three miles away from the M40 London to Birmingham motorway. Banbury, just two miles away, has excellent rail connections, with London around 50 minutes by train. We are close to the major London airports as well as to Birmingham International Airport.
Bloxham is part of the Woodard Corporation and is a member of the HMC group, which is among the elite independent schools in the UK.
We would love to show you around the school on either a personal visit or on an Open Day.
Please email our Registrar, Fay Hand, to arrange a visit, or for any other enquiries regarding admissions and entry requirements.