Looking back at summer 2018

by on 12/09/2018

We had so much to be grateful for this summer: weeks of pristine weather, some truly special activities, and most of all we had the chance to meet so many lovely people from all over the world. We were thrilled to host groups from Korea, Argentina and the Netherlands, and individuals from 37 different nationalities!

Here are some highlights from the summer:

 

IC summer 2018 summer retrospective

It is always a pleasure and an inspiration meeting so many students of all ages, from all over the world. While we met many new faces, we were also delighted to welcome back many students who have come to St Clare’s several summers in a row! So many exceptional stories: consider Lourdes, who was the fifth member of her family to come to St Clare’s!

We hope to see you all again next summer.

If you are currently reading this and unsure about your plans next summer, consider making lifelong memories, friends from around and perfecting your English in summer 2019.

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