Sibford Senior School

The contribution of curricular and extra-curricular provision is excellent.  ISI report 2015 ~  to view a full copy of the ISI report click here.

Sibford Senior School is an independent day and boarding school for girls and boys aged 11 – 18. Located in the village of Sibford Ferris, the school is set in over 50 acres of beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. Sibford School offers an extensive, innovative and diverse eduation where pupil’s are encouraged to ‘live adventurously’.

Close the borders of Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire, Sibford School operates an extensive network of school bus routes over a 30 mile radius, that brings pupils in for the start of the school day and takes them back home again each afternoon.

Established in 1842 as a boarding school for the children of Quaker families, Sibford has from the outset, been a centre of educational excellence. The Quaker values of the school, which seek to recognise ‘that of God in everyone’, still lie at the heart of everything we do. Translated into everyday life, this means valuing and nurturing individual talents and developing an ‘I can’ attitude to life.

Self-esteem is enhanced with an enduring sense of personal value and a belief that we all have something to offer. We believe passionately in the uniqueness of every pupil and know it is our job to seek out and nurture their gifts and develop their confidences to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

We achieve excellent results at GCSE, AS and A Level and aim to stimulate a thirst for life-long learning. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, which reflects our view that while some may have a talent for mathematics, science or history, others may be gifted in the arts, horticultural or sport.

Boarders, whether full, weekly or flexi, form part of a friendly,family community where they are valued and well cared for. Sibford is also home to a small international community, which welcomes students from across the world and helps them to learn and perfect their language and academic skills.

Useful documents for 2020/21

Key Stage 4 Course Guide 2020 (updated November 2019)

GCSE option choices 2020




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