Prep School, Chesterton
The school, set in 19 picturesque acres in the Oxfordshire village of Chesterton, has a distinctive feel about it - an oasis set in the middle of Oxfordshire.
Aside from the impressive Manor House, the modern has blended in to the traditional. From purpose-built classroom blocks to art rooms built through a secret door in a stone wall, the sense of wonder is apparent in parents' faces when they walk around the school.
The boys have the most fantastic 'playground' which, of course, is not your 'traditional' playground. The gardens and woods provide a heavenly respite at break, lunch and the end of the school day - as well as making the perfect setting for Forest school activities.
Senior School, Chilton
The centre of the school is a Georgian manor house that was built in 1740. The house was based on William Winde’s Buckingham House in London. Buckingham House would later become Buckingham Palace, and the official residence of the British monarch since 1837.
The school benefits from impressive grounds, as well as the use of the associated barns, stable block and clock tower to provide inspiring classroom spaces.