Orientation Olympics

by on 29/04/2017

Students arriving to study the IB at St Clare’s take part in an Orientation Weekend full of activities to help them settle in, make friends and find their way around the college and Oxford.

Each student is assigned a team – one of four colours – and the idea is to win as many points for the team. Obviously, these silly games are great fun.

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