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Caterham School Virtual combines over 200 years of British independent educational excellence with an award winning approach to digital schooling.

Our unique approach to learning and academic excellence has ensured a track record of outstanding academic results and a successful pathway to leading UK universities for our pupils. Caterham School Virtual ensures that young people can benefit from this approach no matter where they are in the world.

Our innovative approach to education has received accolades from expert voices across the education and innovation sector.

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In recognition of Caterham School’s pioneering use of education technology, the school is one of a handful of UK schools to receive an EdTech award. The ‘EdTech Oscars’, supported by Intel, were chosen by an independent judging panel made up of educators and EdTech experts.

Caterham School was named as part of the prestigious EdTech 50 awards and features in a national publication that showcases imaginative uses of technology to support teaching and learning across the UK. The EdTech 50 report includes details of the schools’ work and has contributions from Ministers of Education from Wales, Scotland and England.  Click here to find out more

Times Educational Supplement –
Caterham School proudly accepted the ‘Best Use of Technology’ Award at the Times Educational Supplement Independent School Awards. This award recognises “measureable excellence in the use of education technology by a school”.

In 2016, Caterham School opened a new Innovation Centre that includes a robotics centre, a virtual-reality room, a green screen/editing room, animation pods, a video conferencing room and the base for a drone that films in high definition. Of the Innovation Centre, the TES Independent School Awards judges said, “Caterham’s innovation centre has done that, bringing together technology and opportunity, and allowing pupils to thrive as a result.” Click here to read more..

“There’s a huge pool of knowledge that you can draw from here when you’re applying to Oxbridge. Teachers who not only guide you through the process but also actually know the individual colleges within the universities from first-hand experience.”

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