On Friday 2nd February our Year 12 students had the privilege of touring St. Peter’s College and University College at Oxford. The students were guided through what the application process looks like for St. Peter’s College, making sure to include clear instructions for the interview and what to write in their UCAS statements.
Current undergraduate students also answered questions and showed us that Oxford not only has academic rigor, but it also provides a plethora of Clubs, Societies, and opportunities for any person to thrive in. A tour of the College was also conducted.
With that excitement of finding a place the students could see themselves in, we made the trip from St. Peter’s College over to University College. Here the students learned of the history that is held within Oxford, and saw that, as its students are ever evolving, the buildings and traditions remain strong and present throughout.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Master – Prof. Judith Buchanan for facilitating.
Schools represented included
- Beal High School
- Brampton Manor Academy
- The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls
- Heston Community School
- Ilford County High School
- King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, Birmingham
- St. Cecilia’s School
- Haberdashers’ Girls’ School
- Townley Grammar School
- Westminster Academy