Travel to school
Set in the heart of Oxford, just one mile from the city centre, Headington is easily accessible via the A40 from London or the west. A number of local buses stop outside the Senior School, and the Oxford Tube and Oxford Express bus services to London run every 15 minutes from just outside the school gates.
Girls travel to school from a wide area using a variety of transport methods. You can view public transport options below, or explore ways to get to school by private buses, walking and cycling or by car.
Local bus routes
Headington is very well-served by local bus routes and the main routes are listed below. The links below will give you further route and timetable information. Bus routes listed under Headington Hill or adjacent to Oxford Brookes University stop at the school gates.
|Oxford Bus Company|
|City X13||Abingdon-Oxford-John Radcliffe Hospital|
|City 8/9||Barton-Risinghurst-St Clements-Oxford|
|U5||Oxford City Centre-Cowley-Brookes Gipsy Lane-Brookes University-Jack Straws Lane|
|Park and Ride|
|700||Water Eaton- Headington-John Radcliffe-Nuffield-OC-Churchill Hospital|
|10||JR Hospital-Wood Farm-Cowley-City Centre|
|14||Railway Stn-Banbury Rd-Marston Ferry Rd-John Radcliffe|
|Buses to London|
|Oxford Tube||Oxford-Headington-Lewknor-Hillingdon-Shepherds Bush-London Victoria|
|X90||Oxford-Headington-Hillingdon-Baker Street-London Victoria|
Lots of girls travel to school by train to Oxford Station before taking the bus to the school gates. The 400 bus will bring you straight to the School - please ensure that you catch a bus towards Thornhill.