The importance of having fun and trying something new!

Sport and Culture!

At different times of the year, if you like sport you can use the wonderful facilities at the nearby gym, compete for a college team, or join a club in the city. Cultural events includes theatre, art, music, or exploring Oxford’s breathtaking history and heritage.

For IB students who are here for two years or more we offer a full range of sports and activities as part of their CAS Experiences.

All our sports and activities are run or supervised by staff members or by sport professionals. If you think of something you might like to try, tell us, and we will see what we can do!

Sports and Activities

Looking back at summer 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...

‘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...

Looking back at Autumn 2017

Highlights of the Adult Summer Courses at the International College, including study visits, excursions and social activities.

Horse Riding

One of the more popular activities at St. Clare's is horse riding. Be it in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds or the serene beaches of the New Forest, what better way to experience it than on horseback? Further Reading We make sure that you will have a...

Summer students are getting creative!

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.

Go Karting in Oxford

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...

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