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Established in 1974, David Game College has now become one of the leading Independent Sixth Form Colleges in London for 13-22 year olds. Accredited by Ofsted, David Game College currently holds “Outstanding” in all categories.
David Game College is located in the heart of the City of London, close to some of London’s most iconic buildings and institutions. Founded in 1974, the college offers a broad curriculum at GCSE and A level, as well as a University Foundation Programme and a vibrant EFL department.
The College moved to its current location in 2017 and students can enjoy the benefits of modern purpose-built facilities, including three state-of-the-art science laboratories, two university-sized lecture theatres, new art rooms, library, gym, and a spacious canteen. Housed within a 60,000 sq. ft. building that was previously a central London university campus, the college affords plenty of space for students to enjoy student life.
The Davis Game ethos is simple: we want students to be optimistic about their futures, hard-working, resilient and above all, ambitious. For us there are no barriers to learning; students are encouraged to break free from any limiting self-doubts and not be defined or constrained by the past. This approach is reflected in our added value – which is significant.
Students generally always improve their grades if retaking and the majority of students enter Russell Group universities of their choice. In this regard, we have an excellent history of placing students at top flight universities, such as Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial, UCL, King’s, Bath, Manchester, Queen Mary, and now, Bayes Business School.
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