Oundle School is a co-educational British public school located in the ancient market town of Oundle in Northamptonshire. The school has been maintained by the Worshipful Company of Grocers of the City of London since its foundation in 1556. Oundle has eight boys' houses, five girls' houses, a day house and a junior house. Together these accommodate more than 1100 pupils. The current headmaster is Charles Bush.
Courses are held in the award-winning, purpose-built Laxton Junior School with 16 classrooms, an art studio and an ICT suite of 25 computers. In the same building, there is a multi-purpose sports hall designed for basketball, volleyball, table tennis and badminton. Outside, you've got access to tennis courts and games fields for soccer, rounders and basketball. Nearby is the Oundle School sports centre with an indoor climbing wall and 43.5 metre swimming pool.
暑期課程的學生會安排在Laxton Junior School 上課，那裡有16間課室，一間藝術工作室、一間設有25台電腦的電腦室。在同一建築物內，亦有一個專為籃球、排球、乒乓球、網球和羽毛球而設的多用途運動館。在外面，學生可找到網球、足球、棒球和籃球場。奧多學校附近的體育中心，更有一個室內攀岩牆和43.5米長的游泳池。
Oundle is one of the largest and most famous boarding schools in England. Some of its buildings date back to the seventeenth century. Others are brand new and boast a whole host of contemporary features. In the centre of a small, charming market town it provides a safe, friendly environment for younger students, aged 9-14.
Students prepare for the Trinity examination at grade 1-9 (beginner to upper intermediate). These grades are aligned to levels pre A1-C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The exam fee is £45 and is in addition to course fee.
Students have the opportunity to mix and make friends with English boys and girls of a similar age. There’ll be one School Friend in each class at these centres, assisting students in the learning process. They’ll have lunch with the students, join in the afternoon activities on campus and go on half-day excursions during the week. It’s an ideal way for students to speak English naturally with English teenagers throughout the day.
The boarding houses are just a short walk from the Junior School and offer accommodation of a very high standard. Each has a capacity of 65 beds. Rooms are light and airy with modern furnishings. Their sizes range from single and twin to 3-5 bedded rooms - ideal for the course age range. Students eat in the Laxton dining hall, located 80 metres from the classrooms. Meals are self-service with three-course lunch and dinner menus. There is an outdoor BBQ on campus each week.