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    Hi all

    We are relocating back to the UK after 15 years in Sydney and have decided Thame would be a good location – an hour from my family and an hour commute for hubby.
    We have a three year old and a baby on the way.

    Thame seems to tick lots of boxes and there’s lot of good primaries but I’m unsure about secondary schools.
    Anyone got any advice? Can children from this area access the grammar schools in Bucks?
    Are there good options in Oxford?
    Many thanks in advance



    Thame has a good comp – Lord Williams’s – which is pretty highly thought of. I don’t know about accessing schools in Bucks from here, but if you were to live in Haddenham or Long Crendon (both just a couple of miles away) you’d be in Bucks so automatically eligible. There are a number of very good independent schools in Oxford but they’d cost; St Edwards, Oxford High School, Magdelene School…



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