An Oxford Education


 We are excited to be hosting two events for our Cotswolds and London based prospective parents. Please join us for the unique opportunity to hear from and talk to Oxfords leading co-ed, boarding and day schools.

An Oxford Education. Discover the Dragon and St Edward’s.

At the Dragon, we foster free thinkers and lifelong learners; we encourage our pupils to raise their hand, roll up their sleeves, join the dots and explore their passions. To reach for the sun, as we say here. So if you’re seeking an education which fosters Kindness, Courage and Respect, builds children’s confidence, embraces fun, and emphasises curiosity and freedom of thinking over everything else, then the Dragon could be for you.

Emma Goldsmith, Head of the Dragon, Alistair Chirnside, Warden of St Edward’s, key members of school staff, and Hero Brown, Editor in Chief of Muddy Stilettos, will all be on hand to share their advice on finding the right school for your child, and to answer any questions that you have.  

If you’re considering the Dragon or St Edward’s for your children, we look forward to welcoming you.

Thursday 23 May- Daylesford Organic, Kingham. 7-9pm
Wednesday 5 June – Soho, Dean Street, London. 6.30-8.30pm


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We look forward to seeing you there.

Discover the Dragon

Book an Open Morning

There’s only one way to properly experience the Dragon, and that is to come and see us in action – we hold Open Mornings every term at both the Pre-Prep and the Prep.

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How to apply

When it comes to education, one size doesn’t fit all. Finding the right school is a highly personal, two-way process, so our Admissions team are on hand to talk and to answer any questions you have. 

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Discover Quest

Dragon Quest is our thrilling enrichment programme where children learn new skills and try out new things, reaping the benefits of a school that places equal weight on intellectual, emotional, social and physical development. Some of the activities have direct academic benefits; others are focused on building friendships and life skills.