High Wycombe Hub

As well as leading NMAPS nationally, Wycombe High School leads the High Wycombe Hub in partnership with Headington School, Oxford.

Wycombe High School is an Outstanding girls’ grammar school in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. It is an Academy, taking girls from the age of 11 through to the age of 18. The school has approximately 1,340 pupils, and became an Academy in 2011.

Headington School is a leading independent girls’ school in Headington, Oxford, founded in 1915. It takes girls from aged 3 to 18 and currently has over 1000 pupils, many living within its five boarding houses. Over the years Headington has always developed and expanded to give the best opportunities for its girls. As a founding school within the NMAPS partnership, Headington School plays host to our summer residential programme in August.

Partner schools offering training places in 2019/20 are listed below:

Applications can be made on the UCAS website by searching for National Mathematics and Physics SCITT (Training Provider code 28H).  To apply to the High Wycombe Hub, please select Training Location Code A, or H for schools in the Oxford area, but please note that some training is held jointly in High Wycombe.