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BOARDING AT OPS

Boarding is an integral part of school life at the Oratory Prep School. The boarding house, situated on the first floor of the main house, caters for up to 60 boarders. There are seven boys’ dormitories and four girls’ dormitories. Children have the option of either Full-time, Weekly or Flexible boarding, to suit individual family needs.
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A LOOK INSIDE OPS

POSTED : 16 Jun 2022

On Friday 10th June, our Nursery and Kindergarten children enjoyed a fantastic adventure to Cotswold Wildlife Park. Highlights of the trip included: Seeing monkeys, a mongoose, an armadillo and koi…

POSTED : 6 Jun 2022

On Thursday 26th May, pupils at The Oratory Prep School took part in a day of celebration to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022. Children from Nursery through to Year…

POSTED : 30 May 2022

Before the end of term, we were delighted to welcome Elise Downing to speak to our pupils during assembly. Elise is an author, keynote speaker and freelance writer who, in 2016,…

POSTED : 26 May 2022

Outdoor Art Week was a huge success spanning across the whole school from Nursery to Year 8. Every child was excited and enthusiastic to embrace the natural environment whilst being…

POSTED : 25 May 2022

Dorchester Abbey and Dorchester Village Trail Mrs Phillips, Mrs Quinn, Miss Harrison and Miss Pullinger took Year 4 to Dorchester in May. The trip included 4 activities: Abbey & grounds…

Academic
Our pupils can excel and begin to realise their full potential
SPORTS
In our extensive grounds there are 5 full sized rugby pitches, 8 mini pitches, 6 Football pitches, 8 Mini football pitches...
THE ARTS
Expression through music, art and drama is central to the self-confidence and self-discovery of our children...
EXTRA CURRICULAR
The Oratory Prep School has a full programme of Extra Curricular activities, trips and fundraising events each term.
FOREST SCHOOL
A year at Forest school gives us the opportunity to explore and connect with the four seasons in nature.
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Boarding
Boarding is an integral part of school life for children in Year 3 upwards.