30 For years, Oxford Tutorial College has been providing quality education through effective exam preparation and university entry support for students from around the world. Location OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE LOCATION
FACTS ABOUT OXFORD 57 miles from London Home to one of the oldest universities in the world and the oldest museum in the world Has educated 28 UK Prime Ministers, 27 Nobel Prize winners Has more published writers per square mile than anywhere else in the world Called The City of Dreaming Spires due to its architecture Oxford was the capital of England during the Civil War, from 1642 1646. LOCATION Staff OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE LEADERSHIP TEAM
Mark Love PRINCIPAL BEd PGCLME 13 years Principal experience across four colleges 28 years experience in education Previous roles include Principal, Governor, Vice Principal, Senior Tutor and Teacher LEADERSHIP TEAM Jacqui Ecoeur Carole Nyssen VICE PRINCIPAL
STUDENT SERVICES DIRECTOR BSC Combined Hons Biochemistry & Genetics, PGCE Secondary Science, MA Linguistics, PGDip Strategic Leadership & Management, DELTA Specialist in educational leadership with a focus on school improvement and teacher learning Lead the college through successful OFSTED inspection Spent time teaching overseas BA Operational and Strategic Management in Education, Cert Ed
30+ years in education with a focus on teaching, managing and looking after students well being and safety. 6+ years in a pastoral role as a Senior Manager Specialist in safeguarding, student support ACADEMIC STAFF Robert Mealing Tamar McLellan Sylvia Thornbush PROGRAMME MANAGER SHORT COURSES
CURRICULUM MANAGER ARTS & HUMANITIES BA Humanities, CELTA Council member of the National Society of Education in Art and Design CURRICULUM MANAGER ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANAGUAGES Manages the Oxford Gap Programme, the Easter Revision Course, the Study
Skills Programme. Also teaches Photography Previously CoDirector of Academic Preparation Programme as well as Head of International Students Tutor of Fine Art and Textiles at A-Level and GCSE Co-authored Edexcel handbooks,
mentored trainee and established teachers and recently undertaken a MA in Arts Education BA Geography (University of Guelph, Canada) DELTA (BSC, Oxford) PhD Archaeology Course developer for EAL students studying A-levels and BTEC Wrote two ELT publications: IELTS in Sixth-Form Education; Can
Learning Styles Make a Difference in the EAL Classroom?; What Are the Best Approaches to Classroom Management in ELT? Washington Karumazondo CURRICULUM MANAGER SCIENCE, MATHS & IT DPhil Educational Studies (Oxford) MSc Educational Research Methodology (Oxford) BEd Educational Administration (UZ)
26 + years in teaching Mathematics & Further Mathematics Associate Examiner for Pearson Yvonne Greene PROGRAMME MANAGER, BTEC BA Law, CIPD, PGCE, Cert Ed, TEFL, MBA . Set up BTEC programme in 2014
and now has a team of 5 teachers Previously Head of Department and Head of Faculty in state and independent schools, specialising in teaching dyslexic students OUR TUTORS OVER 50% 50%
have a Masters and/or PhD OVER have 10 40 years of experience Includes graduates of Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group Universities I've received a letter of acceptance to the University I wanted the most. I thank OTC with all my heart. This dream wouldn't had been possible without the help of the tutors and the amazing experience OTC provided me.
- ANA, STUDENT Pastoral Care OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE WELFARE Kevin Penzer ACCOMMODATION AND WELFARE OFFICER DipHE in Primary Practice 10+ years experience working with children and young people 5 years experience as a Residential Warden Deputy Safeguarding Lead; Safeguarding Level 3 trained Prevent Training
Students feel safe in school, which contributes to the growing confidence that they show in their learning and relationships - OFSTED REPORT, 2017 WELFARE Fully trained safeguarding team (4 staff, male and female) 24/7 emergency telephone assistance at all times Independent listener on
call to support students LEARNING SUPPORT Johnathan Roberts SENDCo and Curriculum Manager BA Business Management, BSc, MSc Psychology, MEd, PGCE, QTS Holds the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination Member of the British Psychological Society Qualified as a Specialist Assessor and has completed the British Psychological Societys Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) 15 years teaching experience in a range of independent schools and colleges SENIOR TUTORS
One-stop hub for students Responsible for ensuring students have all the academic and pastoral support they need Sole channel of communication with students parents/guardians/ agents Maintain full and broad oversight of their tutees behaviour and attendance Deliver a first class PSHE programme that will enhance the students learning and support their development into further or higher education, training or employment. Students feel safe in school, which contributes to the growing confidence that they show in their learning
and relationships - OFSTED REPORT, 2017 SENIOR TUTORS Martyn Steiner Sevi Iosofidou Laura Simmons SENIOR TUTOR SENIOR TUTOR SENIOR TUTOR BSc Biology, PGCE, MEd
Politics, Development and Democratic Education (Cambridge) MEd Education Materials, CELTA, QTS Assoc CIPD Level 5 Tutor and Head of Biology Has taught in UK and Japanese schools, with roles including Head of Senior
School and Assistant Principal Tutor of English as an Additional Language, with over 10 years experience of working with international students Over 10 years experience working with and giving guidance to international students
Human Resources officer for Oxford Tutorial College and has completed a Level 2 certificate in counselling Trained teacher of English as a Foreign Language Marilou Polymeropoulou SENIOR TUTOR BA Media and Communication (Athens) MSc Anthopology (UCL) Dphil Anthropology
Tutor of Sociology and Anthropology Personal Tutor and warden experience, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Teaching at OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE TEACHING
Teachers are quick to establish pupils individual interests. They carefully craft learning activities around these interests to enable pupils to engage well with their learning and to become secure in their understanding. - OFSTED INSPECTION REPORT 2017 TEACHERS PROVIDE: Initial diagnostic assessment to identify student needs A variety of engaging and creative approaches
Clear constructive support to develop independent thinking TEACHING Individual teaching for individual students STUDENTS RECEIVE: Focus on the individual Individual Learning Plans Close monitoring of progress
Small class sizes with additional support options available A tutorial system which prepares students for university teaching methods TEACHING WHAT IS A TUTORIAL? In spite of a wide variety of tutors approaches to tutorials, there are common elements which contribute to this uniqueness, and these include: Students meeting individually or in very small
groups, with a tutor from their discipline in their college, typically once a week or once a fortnight. OXFORD LEARNING INSTITUTE "I think the teaching speaks for itself, looking at the grades which are achieved by the students. I studied Biology, Chemistry and Maths and I must say the teaching was absolutely excellent. In each subject, I was taught a lot more than in my previous school. - NEAL, A- LEVEL STUDENT TEACHING
33 75 A-Level Subjects Experienced Tutors A personalised timetable for each and every student Expert tutors who are specialists in their field GLOBAL COMMUNITY There was a good atmosphere between
students: I was glad to meet people coming from all around the world and create strong friendships. - EMMA, A-LEVEL STUDENT KEY: Country of origin for OTC students TOP NATIONALITIES: British Chinese Russian German North American Thai
35 different nationalities Approx. 50% of our students are British Citizens* A British education in a British environment *A/O March 2018. University Guidance & Support OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE UNIVERSTY GUIDANCE & SUPPORT STUDENTS RECEIVE:
Higher Education Counselling Help with the UCAS application process step by step Help to choose degree and university Support with personal statement Preparation of academic reference Help with interview techniques, Oxbridge and medicine UNIVERSITY GUIDANCE & SUPPORT INCLUDING:
Oxbridge and Medic Preparation Support from Oxford graduates with first hand experience of the system Interview and Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) practice Preparation for admissions testing including UKCAT and BMAT, LMAT University Destinations OXFORD TUTORIAL COLLEGE
I really loved my classes... without OTC, I do not believe that my acceptance by Oxford University would have ever been a possibility, let alone a reality." - AMANDA , A-LEVEL STUDENT UNIVERSITY DESTINATIONS 2017 University of Oxford #1 University of Cambridge #2 Imperial College London #3 University College London #4 Kings College London #7 University of Manchester #8 University of Sheffield #13 Queen Mary #14
University of Exeter #16 University of York #18 University of Birmingham #19 University of Sussex #21 Lancaster University #23 Cardiff University #25 Newcastle University #26 University of Liverpool #27 University of Aberdeen #28 Royal Holloway #31 University of Reading #32 Displayed in ranking order according to the Times Higher Education 2018 League Table 2011-2018 STUDENT UNIVERSITY DESTINATIONS University of Cambridge University of Oxford
University of St. Andrews Durham University Imperial College London University College London University of Warwick University of Exeter Loughborough University University of Bath University of Leeds University of Surrey University of East Anglia University of Birmingham University of York University of Sussex University of Bristol University of Nottingham University of Southampton
Newcastle University University of Kent University of Sheffield Kings College London University of Dundee University of Glasgow University of Essex University of Reading University of Manchester Aston University Royal Holloway, University of London University of Edinburgh University of Liverpool Queen Mary, University of London Keele University University of Aberdeen Swansea University Cardiff University
City, London University Displayed in ranking order according to the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 League Table MEDICINE AND LAW DESTINATIONS MEDICINE Queen Mary University of London Newcastle University Imperial College, London University College, London University of Bristol University of Southampton University of Sheffield University of Nottingham King's College, London University of Leicester University of Liverpool
LAW Oxford University Durham University University of Nottingham University of Leeds University of Birmingham Swansea University University of Southampton Displayed in ranking order according to Times Higher Education UK University Rankings 2017 BUSINESS DESTINATIONS University College, London King's College, London University of Warwick Durham University
University of Exeter University of Leeds University of Nottingham Lancaster University University of Bath University of Loughborough Displayed in ranking order according to Times Higher Education UK University Rankings 2017 ART AND DESIGN DESTINATIONS University of Oxford University College, London Newcastle University University of London, Goldsmiths Central St Martins University of Loughborough Arts University Bournemouth
University of Gloucestershire Middlesex University Manchester Metropolitan Displayed in ranking order according to Times Higher Education UK University Rankings 2017 Oxford Tutorial College COURSES A-LEVEL QUICK FACTS: Age: 16+ Entry requirements: A secondary or high school level of education (min 10 years) and a good school report
My A-Level results were brilliant; I achieved three straight As in Mathematics, Computing and Economics. Thanks are due to Oxford Tutorial College, in which I studied Economics intensively, this is shown in my result for Unit 2 of 100%. I have obtained my place in Bath University to read Economics. English language level: IELTS 5.5+ - HARRY, A-LEVEL STUDENT Number of subjects available: 33 Start dates: September (3 terms IELTS 6.5+) September (6 terms IELTS 5.5+) and January (5
terms - IELTS 5.5+) Number of subjects: 3 (more possible) Max class size: 6 (average 4) A-LEVEL WHY A-LEVELS? Gold Standard Specialised and in-depth knowledge The highest level of school study Preferred route for Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, etc. Accepted by all universities
Internationally recognised Flexibility of subject choice and destination degree Access to top 10 universities including Cambridge and Oxford A-LEVEL Subjects available Art and Design Biology Business Chemistry Chinese Classical Civilisation Computer Science Economics English Language
English Literature Film Studies French Further Mathematics Geography German History History of Art Italian Japanese Latin Law Mathematics Media Studies Philosophy Photography Physics
Politics Psychology Religious Studies Russian Sociology Spanish Textiles A-LEVEL RESULTS BTEC BUSINESS PROGRAMME QUICK FACTS: An alternative route to A-Levels: a practical coursework based business programme, with no exams, combined with a subject of your choice and English language. Age: 16+
Entry requirements: Completion of 11 years schooling English language level: IELTS 5.0+ Start dates: September (3 Terms IELTS 5.0+) September (6 Terms IELTS 4.5+) and January (5 Terms IELTS 5.0+) Duration: 1 year BTEC Diploma (Sept start) 2 year BTEC Extended Diploma (Sept start) 5 term (January start) BTEC Extended Diploma Progression: 95% of UK universities Subject focus: Business and humanities, with options for Law, Media, Sports Science and many more Max class size: 10 (average 8) BTEC BUSINESS RESULTS GCSE
QUICK FACTS: Bryony has been nurtured and well supported at Oxford Tutorial College and as a result has definitely become a lot more confident in her abilities. - SIAN, PARENT OF A GCSE STUDENT Age: 15+ Entry requirements: Successful completion of year 10 or equivalent English language level: IELTS 5+ or equivalent Start dates: September
Info: 1 year or 1 year re-take Subjects: 8 Subjects including English Language Support where required: Mathematics, English Language, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Art + 2 additional chosen subjects Max class size: 10 (average 6) EASTER REVISION COURSE I did very well in my Economics. I improved from a C to an A grade and am very grateful to Oxford Tutorial College. Without the revision course I would not
have done so well. - MATTHEW, EASTER REVISION COURSE STUDENT QUICK FACTS: Age: 15+ Entry requirements: Students currently studying A-Level, GCSE or Cambridge Pre-U Subjects: Most subjects/ Most exam boards Start dates: End of Spring Term / Easter Holidays Average class size: 4 ACADEMIC PREPARATION PROGRAMME QUICK FACTS: Age: 15+
English language level: IELTS 4+ or equivalent Start dates: Flexible Info: English Preparation Course Subjects: English Language for Academic purposes and Study Skills Max class size: 10 (average 6) OXFORD ADVANCED STUDIES PROGRAMME My tutors vested interest in my personal and academic growth allowed me to grow as a student and as a person, and because of this I consider my time at OASP one of the most valuable
experiences of my life - ANNA, OASP STUDENT QUICK FACTS: Age: 16+ Entry requirements: Completion of 11 years schooling minimum English language level: IELTS 5.5+ Start dates: September, January, April (1,2 or 3 terms) Info: High School term/Gap year course Number of subjects: 1-5 Number of subjects available: 30 + Max class size: 6 (average 4) Oxford Tutorial College STUDENT LIFE
Aside from studying, there are plenty of extra-curricular activities to get involved in from sports to art. I enjoy them because its a great way to take a break from studying and just relax with friends instead. - LISHA, A-LEVEL STUDENT Join the Student Voice (our student council) and help organise events for the college, discuss student wishes with the college management and become charity fundraisers Enter competitions relevant to your subjects such as Olympiads and essay
writing challenges Work experience (pending visa restrictions) relevant to your chosen career Read journals and listen to subject related podcasts Gain membership to the Oxford University Student Union and have access to world famous debates, library, social events, debating society THE OXFORD UNION The world's most prestigious debating society - unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. Founded in 1823 as a forum for discussion and debate
Privilege for our students to be members* Access to debating classes, library, caf Previous guests have included Professor Stephen Hawking, Michael Jackson, Diego Maradona, US presidents and even Albert Einstein! *Free membership for OASP students only. Getting to experience the Oxford Union is a great benefit of the course. It allows me to experience Oxford University without being a student there. BERNARD, OASP STUDENT
SPORTS & SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Various sports and social clubs available, for example: football; table tennis; tennis; basketball; music club; world cinema club; law society; chess club Start a blog Contribute to the Student Magazine Excursions and cultural celebrations End of year celebrations; Christmas party; Thanksgiving Oxford Tutorial College ACCOMMODATION ST EBBES RESIDENCE Managed Residence FOR AGES 15-17
Comfortable, well equipped and spacious residence Communal dining room, kitchenettes throughout the residence and a separate living area with TV/Netflix Single study bedrooms with private bathroom Laundry facilities Breakfast and hot fresh evening meal provided 7 days per week Males and females in separate areas, access controlled The residence has 24 hour staff cover by Residence Supervisors who are available to give personal supervision and support at any time of the day or night Only a 5-minute walk from college.
Rooms in our residences are normally taken for a full academic year ST EBBES ST EBBES ST EBBES HOST FAMILIES Living with a Family FOR AGES 15+ Living with a family that is personally known to the Accommodation Officer Carefully selected family who are police checked and safeguard trained
Single study bedrooms (en-suite options) Breakfast and evening meal provided Good for practicing English Average 30 min bus ride away (one bus only - no changes) WHY CHOOSE OTC AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE MAINSTREAM By Programme wider offering than competitors By Culture sixth form college, not a school By Structure Senior Tutor system Expertise EFL is delivered by EFL specialists Breadth Wider curriculum offer 30 A-Level subjects; 12 GCSE subjects; BTEC Business Level 3 one-year; two-year; subsidiary, diploma and extended diploma Scale 200 students at OTC; A-Level and GCSE. Maximum of 6 in class enables close attention and
support for each student. Support Senior Tutors - a one-stop hub for guidance and support. More effective communication between college and parents [email protected] +44 (0)1865 793333 oxfordtutorialcollege.com
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