St. Clare’s has been welcoming English Language learners to Oxford for more than 60 years; it is inspected by the British Council and the Independent Schools Inspectorate and is widely regarded as one of the best colleges in the EFL sector.
We invited our adult students to celebrate Pancake Day with us this morning!
Last night, we held an International Buffet for our Adult students at Bardwell Road.
A visit to Chepstow Castle and Cardiff in Wales.
A group of students recently enjoyed a trip to Warwick Castle.
Last week, a group of our Adult students went out to dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year.
This Spring, the St. Clare's Seminar Series will be based on the theme of 'Women and Men'.
Four of our Liberal Arts students recently enjoyed a trip to the V&A Museum of Childhood.
Last night, we welcomed students to St. Clare's with a formal dinner at an Oxford College.
Our end of term party at Oxford's Jericho Tavern.
In December, a group of our Bardwell students enjoyed a trip to Marrakech.
Recently, 16 very excited students set off to visit the Harry Potter studio in London.
A group of our Bardwell students enjoyed ice-skating at London's Natural History Museum.
Last night, a group of our Liberal Arts students from Bardwell Road hosted a Thanksgiving dinner.
This morning, we held a bake sale at our Bardwell Road campus to raise money for the Philippines typhoon appeal.
Last week, 15 students went to London to watch the world-famous theatre production of Les Miserables.
A group of our IB students recently visited the Imperial War Museum in London.
A group of our thrill seeking students visited Thorpe Park for the annual Fright Night this week.
Keith Hopper's new book, The Short Fiction of Flann O'Brien, has recently been reviewed by The New York Times.
Last week, our Bardwell students enjoyed pumpkin carving and fancy dress for Halloween.
On Tuesday evening, 15 of our adult students excitedly paid a visit to London to watch the world famous musical, the Phantom of the Opera.
Congratulations to St. Clare's Running Club who participated in the Oxford half marathon on Sunday.
On Sunday morning, the relentless rain did not dissuade 22 students from a day’s paintballing and everyone was ready for action at 8.30am.
Last weekend, a group of our Bardwell students enjoyed an exciting trip to Cornwall.
Last week, we held an event at the University of San Diego to celebrate our 60th anniversary!
A number of St. Clare's adult students recently enjoyed a trip to watch Billy Elliot the Musical in London.
On Saturday, our adult students enjoyed a trip to Brighton and Devil's Dyke.
Last week, our cross college theme was food, so we invited students to sample some excellent food in the heart of London at Borough market.
Every year, we welcome our new students to Bardwell Road with a formal dinner at one of the Oxford colleges nearby.
As part of Irish Writers’ Week, and to mark the recent publication of The Short Fiction of Flann O’Brien, Keith Hopper will be giving a talk at the House of Commons on Tuesday 8 October.
Last week, our Bardwell students celebrated Eid with some traditional treats, hand made by Aisha and her children.
A group of our Bardwell students took a trip to the World Heritage of Stonehenge yesterday.
Yesterday a group of our Bardwell students took a trip to Thorpe Park.
Yesterday a group of students enjoyed a trip to Blenheim Palace. After exploring the vast grounds and gardens, the group took a look around the magnificent palace.
A group of our Bardwell students recently enjoyed a cookery lesson with Chef Trude, where they were taught how to make scones!
In order to make the most of the beautiful weather that we've had in Oxford this Summer, a group of our students recently visited Hinksey Park.
Recently a group of our Bardwell Summer students enjoyed a trip to to the New Forest, where they were able to try out horse riding.
We welcomed our new Summer students to Oxford with a walking tour around the city.
Last Friday, a group of students decided to go strawberry picking, whilst others opted to play golf.
A group of students recently visited Holy Trinity Church in Stratford, before enjoying a spot of rowing on the River Avon.
Last night, our University Foundation Course leavers enjoyed a BBQ to celebrate the end of their studies.
Keith Hopper, who works as a warden at St Clare’s and who also teaches on the Liberal Arts programme, has co-edited a new collection of the Flann O’Brien’s short fiction, which includes stories appearing in book form for the very first time.
As the term draws to an end, a group of Bardwell students enjoyed their final trip - this time to Brighton.
The weather in Oxford has been beautiful this week. To make the most of the sunshine, a group of Bardwell students went punting after classes.
Last week, 26 students and staff from Bardwell Road visited Al-Shami Restaurant in Jericho to try Lebanese food.
Six students loved their visit to the Harry Potter Experience. It was a trip that they had really wanted to go on and the day didn't disappoint.
Paintballing at 08.30 - a day of combat games and a great result. Our students displayed fine skills and at the end of the day came a credible second place.
As if Oxford was not beautiful enough students visited Cambridge, the "other" famous university town. Like Oxford, it too has ancient university colleges with wonderful medieval, tudor and Victorian buildings.