Our Summer Campus for Juniors age 10-15
We have a safe separate campus in July and August exclusively for our Junior students age 10-15. Students have everything they need here to learn and to have fun.
They have 18 lessons per week in class but children will continue to learn English when they chat to students from other countries; in the dining room; in their bedrooms; in the playground; and on the trips.
Even if they are just enjoying playing on the swings they will still be learning English!
After lessons there are plenty of fun activities going on: games in the swimming pool; board games in the common room; mad football where everyone play;, competitions on the swings and playground, and even circus skills with a visiting clown!
Younger students age 10-12 have to stay on the campus at all times unless going on a trip or excursion with an adult member of staff.
The older students age 13-15 have a bit more independence and in their free time they might be able to go shopping off campus.
Nabila – British Nigerian
38 points – International Development with Economics – University of Bath
St. Clare’s is a place where I’ve been able to explore my academic and non-academic interests by having discussions with people from all over. It’s helped me prepare for what comes my way in the future and has been a phenomenal experience.
Highlights of the Adult Summer Courses at the International College, including study visits, excursions and social activities.
As part of their Leadership Course, students listened to fascinating talks by STV CEO Rob Woodward and former editor of the Guardian newspaper Alan Rusbridger.
As just one of many trips and excursions offered to students studying on our Summer School we took a trip on a glorious sunny day to Windsor Castle, one of the many homes of Her Majesty The Queen. Windsor is only a 1 hour drive from Oxford. Have a look at some of the...