Kings Oxford: Summer update

05 Jul 2021

Following the easing of lockdown restrictions, life as we know it is returning to the college and there are exciting developments every week.We have been enjoying seeing the excellent university offers come in, helping students prepare their next steps, and looking to the year ahead with the introduction of exciting new subjects and pathways.

Below are some of the most recent highlights and updates from Kings Oxford.

Excellent university offers:

2021 is proving to be another year of success for Kings Oxford students and we are delighted to share the following highlights:

Students on all courses have received offers to study at some of the most prestigious universities for their chosen subject area. Here are just a few of the offers and, where applicable, the universities’ subject ranking.

Science, Engineering and Humanities

Medicine and Nursing

Art and Design

End of year Graduation Ceremony

On 11th June, staff and students at Kings Oxford took part in an end of year graduation ceremony at our St Joseph’s campus. A-level, GCSE and Foundation students celebrated the end of the academic year and their successes and achievements throughout it.

The Kings Oxford Principal and academic director gave speeches and presented final certificates and awards to the students in attendance. We were grateful that our online students were also able to join through Microsoft Teams.

After the main ceremony at the school, students went on to a local café to continue the celebrations and enjoy a warm summer evening together. Kings Oxford Activity and Enrichment manager, Simon, said “It was a lovely celebration, and I was glad to bid farewell to so many of you in style!”

We want to congratulate all our departing students for their fantastic university and sixth form offers in 2021 after a challenging and disruptive year. We are so proud of all of your achievements and can’t wait to hear more about your next steps.


New Computer Science A-level

We are delighted to be offering a new Computer Science A-level from September 2021. Since it is a new subject to be offered at A-level, and only taught by a limited number of providers, studying it may give students the ‘edge’ over other applicants and help their profile stand out to universities.

This A-level will teach foundational programming and theoretical skills that students will then develop in a Computer Science degree, preparing them for a range of employment opportunities in a very fast-growing industry.

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