About Woodcote, Oxfordshire
Woodcote is a village South Oxfordshire locates in the Chiltern Hills, and the highest part of the village is 600 feet (180 m) above sea level. Woodcote is a historical village first documented in 1109, when it was a dependent settlement of South Stoke. The village has good road connections with easy access to Reading, Henley and Oxford and within easy traveling distance to London.
The Oratory School
Woodcote is a thriving village with a good range of local amenities. The very impressive Oratory School stands in extensive park-life grounds with manicured gardens to the east of the main village and has outstanding facilities. On site facilities include: an art centre, golf course, basketball, indoor swimming pool, tennis courts (grass and normal), real tennis and cricket pitch.
Facility: Common room, Computer room, Art centre, Golf course, Two tennis courts (grass and normal), Indoor swimming pool, Real tennis and cricket pitch, Wi-Fi access