Oundle School is situated in the quintessentially English market town of Oundle, about 90 miles north of London in Northamptonshire.
The school’s buildings, dating from the 17th to the 21st centuries, are dispersed throughout the town, which is, to a large extent, its campus.
Oundle is home to 1115 pupils, with 847 boarders and 268 day pupils. They have pupils from over 120 schools across all corners of the UK, with virtually every county represented.
At the heart of the school’s strategic plan lies five core values: pupils, staff, opportunities, communities and quality.
Why train in Oundle?
Oundle and Northamptonshire are in the heart of England with excellent rail and road links.
Oundle's charming town centre contains narrow alleyways and courtyards full of quaint cafes, independent shops, pubs, restaurants, a weekly farmers market and a thriving food and cultural scene.
Surrounded by a number of rivers, Oundle has a great outdoor sports scene where you can hire canoes, kayaks and paddle boards and take-in some of the beautiful scenery.
Meet the Oundle Hub Leader - Geraldine Skinner
Geraldine is a French national with 23 years of experience teaching in the UK. She has been teaching French at Oundle since September 2002 and has been involved with different training programs for the last 10 years.
Alongside teaching and her role as NML SCITT Hub Leader, she leads the Fire and Rescue section of the School Combined Cadet Forces and also coaches swimming.
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Hub partner schools
As part of your teacher training course at the Oundle hub, you will have the opportunity to get hands-on classroom experience in our partner schools.