What do dinosaurs and Rye have in common?

No you won’t see a Tyrannosaurus Rex roaming our 12-acre grounds, you’re more likely to bump into some mud-clad little explorers getting stuck into Forest School.

However, one of our two original Victorian buildings was designed by Alfred Waterhouse – the same architect responsible for the Natural History Museum in London.

At Rye nowhere is out of bounds, allowing pupils to run around, climb trees, play, or read a book in dappled shade on a summer’s day.

Our unique woodland dotted with oaks, ash and large conifers offer a peaceful, natural environment in which to learn and form lifetime bonds with fellow pupils.

You may even spot a Diplodocus – but only if you use your imagination.

Rye St Antony, Oxford – Bringing Our School to your Home

We are pleased to be able to offer bespoke virtual tours and meetings to interested families at this time.

We are incredibly proud of the Virtual Learning Experience we have offered our pupils – you can read about it here