Wycliffe College

Established in 1882 and situated in The Cotswolds in Gloucestershire, Wycliffe College is a thriving day and boarding school set in spacious grounds.

“Wycliffe will promote a pioneering spirit and encourage individuals to flourish and embrace their futures as global citizens."

The boarding houses, teaching spaces and extensive sports facilities are located on separate campuses for the Prep School and Senior School – only 0.5 miles apart. The Senior School consists of over 400 boys and girls, with 190 full time boarders; and there are 220 pupils in the Prep School with 45 full time boarding boys and girls.

 

59 families across both schools have one or two parents serving in the Military – most have all their children with us, as we offer a diverse education and exceptional pastoral support that is tailored to each individual.

We are within easy reach of the major military bases across the South West with excellent road transport links (we are only one mile from M5 Junction 13) and the train station is a few minutes away.

Pupils choose from 20 GCSEs and 27 courses at Sixth Form that includes three BTECS.
We offer one of the most generous Military Bursary Awards in the independent sector where parents pay only 10% of the full fee.

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Enquire about: Wycliffe College
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HeadMr Nick Gregory
School TypeCombined co-education school
Jnior Age Range3 - 13
Senior Age Range13 - 18
AcademicGCSE: Yes
Alevel: Yes
Int'l Baccalaureate: No
Vocational BTEC Business, BTEC Digital Production and BTEC Sport
Jnr Boarding Fees£10,325.00 per term
Snr Boarding Fees£13,345.00 per term
Sixth Form£14,050.00 per term
Forces DiscountFor 2020/2021 parents pay no more than 10% of fees (with CEA in place)
Total Students644
Youngest Boarder7
Junior Boarders45
Senior Boarders179
Int'l Students83
Closest Airport 1Bristol (59km)
Closest Airport 2Birmingham (59km)
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