College policies

We ensure that all staff and students are well looked after whilst they are at St Clare’s. Our official policies cover all areas of work and study including:

  • the health and welfare of all students
  • college regulations covering student behaviour
  • academic regulations, requirements and integrity
  • staff employment responsibilities regarding working with young adults

Different policies refer to the age range of the students, the courses they study and the time of year that the courses are run.

Recruitment policies ensure quality of academic provision, safety of staff and students and security of facilities and data.

Further Reading

‘Party Time’

A Harold Pinter Play The IB19 held a great rendition of Harold Pinter’s ‘Party Time’. The students have been working with techniques from physical theatre, inspired by the work of the Frantic Assembly theatre company. With a minimalist style, the production used a...

Life after The IB

  Urruti (2012- 2014) and Katharina Schaeff (2011-2014) who studied The IB Program recently came back to Oxford to visit us We were delighted to see them and find out about their lives after St Clare's and how The IB program helped them Tell us what you have been...

CS Lewis: The Kiln

On Wednesday, the Fantasy Literature and Oxford course took a two-hour guided tour of The Kilns, CS Lewis' home in Headington. The students, having read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, as well as biographical pieces about Lewis and his role as a member of the...

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