Once again our students have produced a remarkable set of results in the prestigious IB Diploma. We are relatively unselective in intake, making the average of 36.7 points (equating to better than 3 A grades at A level) even more impressive, and the...
Creativity Activity Service (CAS)
Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) is an integral part of the Pre-IB programme and the International Baccalaureate Diploma. It provides an excellent framework to stimulate personal growth and develop the whole person through new experiences. The benefits include:
- having fun, making friends and developing new skills
- working collaboratively to solve problems
- enhancing language and communication abilities
- evolving as a person through innovative experiences
- engaging and interacting with different cultures
- improving life conditions in a range of communities
Develop new skills through our wide range of CAS activities
We offer over 50 Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) experiences a week. You can create your own CAS programme by selecting up to 3 per term. Our experiences may vary each term, but could include the following:
Our CAS programme encourages open-mindedness and personal growth
As a Pre-IB and IB student (year 1), you will complete a CAS project as part of your studies. This encourages you to reflect on your experiences and explore how you have met the skills and attributes of the IB learner profile. The CAS project challenges you to show initiative, problem solve, demonstrate perseverance, and develop skills in cooperation and teamwork. It also encourages you to become open-minded and self-aware, through your engagement in globally significant issues.
Theory of Knowledge is a core component of the IB Diploma. TOK promotes intellectual curiosity through critical thinking and reflection about what we know. Although TOK is not a philosophy course. It draws on aspects of epistemology in a very practical way. Mainly in...
Shortlisted for ‘Outstanding Community Involvement’ awardOur CAS group, Share and Care came about when students Marc, Jan, Shudath and Marius, noticed the growing number of homeless people in Oxford. What started off as the students independently buying...
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