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Kings Oxford
(St. Michaels)

Our St. Michaels city centre location is the perfect starting point to explore Oxford,
within easy reach of cafes, shops and restaurants.

Campus Highlights

Bright, spacious classrooms with interactive whiteboards

Computer Learning Centre

Stylish student lounge area

Student Services

Wireless internet

Address and contact details

Mailing address

St. Michaels campus
Kings Oxford
21 St Michael's Street
Oxford
OX1 2EB 
England

Alfred Street annexe
Kings Oxford
Alfred Street
Oxford
OX1 4EH
England

Contact details

Telephone: +44 (0) 1865 711829
Fax: +44 (0) 1865 747791
Email: oxford@kingseducation.com

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Monthly activity calendar

Click on the image to open the PDF of the monthly activity calendar at Kings Oxford:

This month's Kings Oxford activity calendar

The campus

Kings Oxford St. Michaels is in the city centre and it is where most of the English language courses are taught.

We also have an annexe building with five extra classrooms and an art studio in Alfred Street, also located in the heart of the city.

Accommodation

In Oxford, there are a range of accommodation options available. Which options are open to you may depend on your age, and the length of your studies, but all are within easy reach of St. Michaels.

For full details go to the Kings Oxford accommodation page.

Facilities at St. Michaels

  • 10 light and spacious classrooms
  • Interactive white boards in all classrooms
  • Computer Learning Centre equipped with iPads
  • Stylish student lounge area
  • “Hot spot” computer access
  • Free wireless internet

Alfred Street annexe

  • 5 large, bright classrooms
  • Fully-equipped art studio
  • Double size lecture room
  • Interactive whiteboards in every classroom
  • Student lounge area
  • Free wireless internet

Local fundraising for United World Schools

As part of our partnership with United World Schools and our commitment to fund the building and resourcing of at least one new school in Cambodia each year, Kings Oxford staff and students organize fundraising events on a regular basis. 

Follow Kings Oxford fundraising effort on their team JustGiving page and donate if you can!

You can find updates on the project we are currently funding at our United World Schools page. 

Accreditation

Kings Oxford is accredited by the British Council. Accreditation UK, run by the British Council and English UK, is the quality assurance scheme for the UK ELT sector.

Kings Oxford is registered as an independent school with the UK Government Department for Education, and is subject to regular inspection by Ofsted. See below for details of the most recent inspections.

Kings Oxford is also a registered UCAS centre.

British Council report – June 2016

Kings Oxford was inspected and accredited by the British Council on 7–9 June 2016.

The Accreditation Scheme assesses the standards of management, resources and premises, teaching, welfare, and care of under 18s and accredits organisations which meet the overall standard in each area inspected: see www.britishcouncil.org/education/accreditation for details.

The inspection report stated that Kings Oxford met the standards of the Scheme.

Strengths were noted in the areas of staff management, student administration, quality assurance, academic management, course design, learner management, teaching, care of students, leisure opportunities, and care of under 18s.

For more details, read the full Kings Oxford British Council inspection report 7–9 June 2016.

Ofsted report – May 2016

All Kings Oxford sites were inspected with a day's notice and over the period of three days by Ofsted on 10–12 May 2016.

The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) is the official body for inspecting schools in the UK. Inspectors visit schools, sit in lessons, view student work, speak to students, teachers, management and parents and rate the school on the basis of their findings. Ratings go from Outstanding – 1 to Inadequate – 4. 

Kings Oxford received the following rating:

Overall effectiveness: Good - 2
Pupils’ achievement: Good - 2 
Pupils’ behaviour and personal development: Good - 2
Quality of teaching: Good - 2
Quality of curriculum: Good - 2
Pupils’ welfare, health and safety: Good - 2
Leadership and management: Good - 2

For more details, read the full Kings Oxford Ofsted report 10–12 May 2016.

Key dates

Kings Oxford is open all year except for the following public holiday dates:

Public Holidays 2017

Friday 14 April (Good Friday)
Monday 17 April (Easter Monday)
Monday 1 May (May Bank Holiday)
Monday 29 May (Spring Bank Holiday)
Monday 28 August (Summer Bank Holiday)

Christmas holiday dates 2017–18

18 December 2017 to 1 January 2018 inclusive.

Term dates for academic programmes

Please go to our Academic term dates page.

Teacher numbers and qualifications

Kings Oxford employs approximately 40 teachers.

For academic subject teachers we expect a minimum qualification of a first degree, although the majority of our teachers hold a PGCE qualification and/or Masters degree. 

For English language teachers, we expect a minimum qualification of CTEFLA (or a PGCE plus first degree), although the majority of our teachers hold a Diploma qualification or Masters degree.

A list of qualifications for all staff at Kings Oxford is available from the College on request.

Please contact us for details. 

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