Magdalen College School, Oxford

Magdalen College School, Oxford

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Magdalen College School is an independent school girls located on The Plain in Oxford, England. It was founded as part of Magdalen College, Oxford by William Waynflete in 1480.

The Good Schools Guide described the school as having "A comfortable mix of brains, brawn and artistic flair but demanding and challenging too," adding, "Not what you might expect a boys' public school to look like or feel like."

The school was named Independent School of the Year by the Sunday Times in 2004 the first boys' school to achieve this award twice. It is widely regarded as one of the leading schools in the country.


The school is headed by a Headmaster (known at Magdalen as simply "the Master") and a Board of Governors, who appoint the Master. It has both a senior school and a junior school. It contains 6 boys' houses in Big School each headed by a housemaster, selected from the more senior members among the teaching staff, who number some 160. There are also six separate houses in the Junior School.

Almost all of the school's pupils go on to universities, about a third of them to Oxford, Cambridge.

The Master, Dr Tim Hands, is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference denoting the school as a public school.


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