Archivist - Clare Sargent, MA, Radley College, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 2HR email@example.com
'Untold Stories' by Clare Sargent - the latest book about Radley can be purchased here
Opening hours for external visitors
Access to the Archive is by appointment only during term-time. Some evening and weekend appointments can be accommodated.
The Archive Centre is located in the Richard Morgan Library which is fully accessible for disabled visitors, subject to available space. There is ample parking at the school.
Group visits and exhibitions
Exhibitions and open days: as advertised
Group visits and tours of the school can be arranged by appointment. They will usually only be conducted outside of the school term.
Research enquiries are answered as promptly as possible during term time. During school holidays there may be some delay in responding to all requests, but all will be answered in due course.
Fees and charges
There is currently no charge for answering research enquiries or supplying digitized material. The school reserves the right to request a reproduction fee for publications.
All material is subject to UK copyright law
Freedom of Information Act and Data Protection Act
The school has charitable status and is an independent body, consequently it is not currently subject to the Freedom of Information Act and reserves the right to refuse access to material. Under the Data Protection Act any past pupil or employee may have access to material which relates solely to him or her self.
Books and pamphlets about Radley College:
Malcolm Tozer, ed. Bright the vision: public school missions from the Victorian age. Sunnyrest Books, 2023
Clare Sargent. Untold Stories: Radley College across 175 years. Profile Books, 2022. ISBN 9781788163613. Buy it here
William Wood's Radley College Diary. Edited by JM Spurrell for the Oxfordshire Record Society. 2016
Edwin Atkinson: The Radley College Beagles: a history, 1941-2016. This book was written to celebrate the 75th anniversary of RC Beagles.
Glass to digital: photographs by Henry Taunt, Sam Sheppard & Sebastian Aldous. [Radley College, 2015]
Tony Money. The Radley altarpiece.[Radley College, 2007]
Tony Money. Football at Radley, 1847-2000. [Radley College, 2000]
Tony Money. Manly and muscular diversions: public schools and the nineteenth-century sporting revival. Duckworth, London, 1997.
Christopher Hibbert. No ordinary place: Radley College and the public school system. John Murray, London, 1997. ISBN 0719551765
MT Cherniavsky & AE Money. Looking at Radley: an architectural and historical survey of the earlier buildings. Radley College,