Living at St Clare’s
We have 16 of our own college residential houses for students on each different course. Houses have single, twin and triple rooms, some with ensuite bathrooms.
Accommodation at St Clare’s
We are sure you will agree that our student residences are of a very high standard. All are within walking distance of the campus for your lessons, meals, meetings with teachers and activities.
Living in our houses
Our adult students based at the International College at the Bardwell Road Campus have the choice of self-catering houses with kitchens. Even though students can cook their own meals, when at classes Monday to Friday, most have lunch in our dining room. Students can choose Standard (shared bathrooms) or Superior rooms (ensuite bathrooms) and there is a choice of single or twin rooms.
Teenagers live in several houses close to our IB World School at the Banbury Road Campus and are cared for by a warden who has their own separate apartment in the house.
In summer we have a beautiful campus exclusively for Juniors age 10-15. This is a very secure campus with perimeter walls and responsible staff monitoring the site. Students live in houses on campus and are cared for day and night by wardens who live in the houses. They eat all their meals in the main dining room and when on trips or excursions we provide them with picnic lunches. The campus is set in beautiful grounds with tennis courts, football field, swimming pool, swings and playground.
There’s an Arts and Crafts activity offered every day during the summer at St Clare’s. View photos of what students have been making so far this summer.
Our students always enjoy their time racing at the local track Karting Oxford. It might start off fairly slowly but by the end of the day all the drivers are racing to win. With just one driver they don't need to remember which side the steering wheel is and what side...
When the weather is fine our students enjoy punting on the River Thames. At first it is quite difficult as they have to stand at the back of the punt and push hard on a very long pole; the trick is to keep hold of the pole, if not, you fall in! Most students had a go...