International Baccalaureate Open Morning and Information Evenings
Our next IB Information Evening is
Thursday 22 November 2018
We are be holding an informal IB Information Evening on Thursday 22 November between 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the IB Diploma and Pre-IB courses. Visitors will have the chance to meet The Principal, the Vice Principal & IB Coordinator as well as current IB students. There will also be a presentation about our IB courses.
We always encourage students and parents to visit St Clare’s in Oxford. This will give a greater understanding of how successful we are at preparing students for the International Baccalaureate and for their future studies and careers.
During our Open Morning, you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the college given by our current students. You will also meet our Principal, Andrew Rattue, and attend a presentation about the International Baccalaureate by our Vice Principal, Darrel Ross.
This is an excellent opportunity to talk to our current students about life here at St Clare’s and to appreciate the wonderful atmosphere that underpins the College’s mission.
Come and see what St Clare's is like!
People to contact
You may find it easier to telephone St Clare’s if you have specific questions which you would like to discuss in person.
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