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We keep you posted on the latest events and news from campus, and share brilliant stories from the first person. Discover the different education journeys of our students and get inspired by their success spark, and the way how Cherwell College helped them with the studies. And do not miss the news from campus, as life at Cherwell is never boring.

Oxbridge-Style Tutorial Method of Teaching

Posted on: 06th January 2022

Teach students to see things as they are, to go right to the point, to disentangle a skein of thought…

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The Concept of Blended Learning

Posted on: 22nd December 2021

This week in the spotlight – our A-Level student Ralina who sheds some light on the value of online learning,…

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The End of Michaelmas Term

Posted on: 16th December 2021

It’s been a full-on term for our Cherwellians! The Michaelmas Term is the longest but also feels like the shortest…

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Looking for a GCSE or Sixth Form place in Oxford?

Posted on: 01st December 2021

Places remaining for January 2022, register before 10 December 2021 Whether you are intending to study or retake A-Levels or…

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“The Interface between Science & Society” by Fred

Posted on: 24th November 2021

Science is more relevant to society than ever before; from pandemics and vaccines to the advent of artificial intelligence, science…

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Tour of the Oxford Union

Posted on: 17th November 2021

A new cohort of young Cherwellians has recently been given a tour of the Oxford Union. Since its foundation, Cherwell…

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Overprotecting Our Children

Posted on: 10th November 2021

Overprotecting our children: How to strike a balance between being a caring parent and giving the necessary space to a…

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The Leaders Council: Cherwell College Oxford in Spotlight

Posted on: 03rd November 2021

Early October Cherwell College Oxford was in the spotlight at the Leaders’ Council newsfeed. As the decade-long School Rebuilding Programme…

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Neurodiversity

Posted on: 27th October 2021

Following the research of Dr Lara Boyd, a Neuroscientist and Physical Therapist at the University of British Columbia, that has…

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Modern IT & AI development

Posted on: 14th October 2021

The field of Artificial Intelligence has shown an upward trend of growth in the early 21st century. Almost 5 decades…

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Professions of the Future

Posted on: 06th October 2021

Dear students, when you leave education in a few years, you’ll be going to a job that you can’t even…

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Dyslexia – a Hindrance or an Advantage?

Posted on: 28th September 2021

As reported by the Guardian earlier this year, people with dyslexia have skills that are drastically needed at the Government…

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“Difference between Laws and Morals” by Zain

Posted on: 22nd September 2021

As humans living in a democratic, civil society we are bound by laws that protect us and morals that define…

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Student in Spotlight: Tatiana

Posted on: 17th September 2021

Congratulations to Tatiana, our A-Level student!  Tatiana has recently received Certificates of Commendation from Exeter College Oxford Summer Essay Competition…

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Is Ambition Good or Bad?

Posted on: 15th September 2021

Is ambition good or bad? Studies have found that ambitious people usually attain higher levels of education and income and,…

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Did You Solve It? Oxford University Admissions Questions

Posted on: 08th September 2021

As we are approaching a looming deadline for Oxbridge applications on 15 October, here’s something to flex your brain in…

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Are you sure you know your brain?

Posted on: 01st September 2021

Do you know how to make it learn effectively? Dr Lara Boyd, a Neuroscientist and Physical Therapist at the University…

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The Benefits of Studying Humanities

Posted on: 03rd August 2021

Are social sciences a waste of time and money? Many believe that this is the case and that degrees in…

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