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Weekly Boarding at Sibford School

Weekly boarding at Sibford School offers families the opportunity of an excellent education and outstanding pastoral care in rural Oxfordshire throughout the week, and all important family time at weekends. 

Why weekly board at Sibford School?

With family life and work commitments in mind, this boarding option is ideal for busy families.

Living onsite at Sibford School throughout the week means that pupils are able to make the most of their studies without parents and guardians having the stress of the daily commute.

With no daily travelling, pupils can enjoy the extra-curricular activities on offer and maximise the time spent on their studies and prep, all whilst building close friendships with those in the boarding community. 

How does it work?

Students who choose to weekly board have the option to arrive on Sunday night or Monday morning and depart on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning, meaning school life is balanced with family life at the weekends.

Sibford School will arrange collection and drop off from Banbury train station, located just 10 miles from the campus.

Click here to learn about the other types of boarding available at Sibford School.

Getting to Banbury station

From London

Journey's take as little as 56 minutes on direct services from London Marylebone, with trains running every 30 minutes.

From Birmingham

Trains from Birmingham New Street are direct and take 50 minutes.

From Oxford

Trains from Oxford are direct and take as little as 17 minutes.

Get in touch

If you are interested in weekly boarding at Sibford School, we invite you to attend an upcoming open event and look at our boarding facilities.

To book an event, please complete the below form or contact Elle, Admissions Registrar here for a 1:1 meeting with our Head of Boarding, and Toby, Head. 

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