Everything to know about going to school in Oxfordshire
All about schools and alternatives to school, like home-schooling
If you or someone you know is having difficulties with bullying, you can take action
Why are some people bullied, while others bully?
Being excluded from school doesn't just interrupt learning. It can also have a bad impact on your future.
Basic skills are the key skills you need in study and life, and include Maths, English and ICT
Every young person in Oxfordshire has the right to information and guidance about learning and career choices
GCSEs and other pre-16 qualifications support your future learning and get you ready for Post-16 learning
Get the most out of your time at school by avoiding absence, learning well, taking up activities and other opportunities and solving problems quickly when they happen
Most of Oxfordshire’s children and young people go to school or college – but some are educated at home
Local libraries offer plenty of things to read, borrow, watch and listen to, mostly for free!
Every year some students decide to leave their school and go to college for their post-16 learning.
Learn how to do your best, and what to do if results are not as hoped
Stress is something that impacts everyone in different ways.
It can be hard to get on with study but here’s some tips that can help.
Education, Health and Life Planning for young people with education, health and care needs
Results day can feel like an anxious time. But even if your results are not what you hoped you can still find a great place to study