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If you are a teacher we would be delighted to hear from you to explore the possibility of working with your students. Currently we are able to offer visits to your school, or for you to visit this college. Talks from Dan can be tailored to meet the needs of your students, and are adaptable for a variety of age groups and circumstances.
Please get in touch for more information:
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Open Days and Study Days
This college and the central university annually organise Open Days. Details for individual faculty events can be found on their own websites.
From time to time Study Days are organised, which focus on a particular subject. Details for such events can be found by following this link.
Follow this link for a variety of resources designed to support you. From weekly e-newsletters to suggested reading lists, we as a university hope to be able to support you and your students in their applications for study here.
The University has recently developed a programme to simplify communication between the University and all schools in the United Kingdom. Each Oxford college is linked to a Local Authority to ensure that each school has a first point of contact within the University.
This measure has been undertaken to improve the way in which we communicate information, advice and guidance to teachers. The scheme will not have any bearing on the Oxford admissions process and will not influence whether a college offers a candidate a place. It is not intended to replace any existing contact a school may have with a particular college or department.
St Peter's College has been linked to Local Authorities in Merseyside, North Wales, the Isle of Man, and the London Boroughs of Enfield and Waltham Forest under this scheme.