Tudor Hall School

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 Tudor Hall School is unique in so many ways. It is a small, vibrant, full boarding and day school for girls aged 11 to 18 which definitely ‘punches above its weight’. The academic results are excellent, produced by young women who have been selected for places at the school not just on their academic ability but also their personal strengths. 

The girls are not of one type and this creates a community where everybody recognises its members as individuals and celebrates this. Staff work with pupils to ensure that each one is encouraged and supported to do her best. 

The girls are ambitious and determined to make the most of the many opportunities in school and beyond. The achievements of our pupils in all areas of school life are outstanding but what still impresses on a daily basis is how they genuinely care for not just the community but those in the outside world. They live out the school motto ‘Habeo ut dem’, I have in order that I may give.

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Facts & Figures

Head
Wendy Griffiths
Address
Tudor Hall School, Wykham Lane, Banbury, , England, OX16 9UR
Telephone
+44 (0)1295 756276
Residential
Boarding
Gender
Girls
School Setting
Rural
Number of Girls
336
Fee Range (Termly)
£6,202 - £9,730
Location
Map

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