We are a non-selective independent school for children aged 3-18 years. Established in 1938, the school stands in its own magnificent grounds, in the picturesque village of Newton, near Porthcawl.
Our highly skilled and motivated staff will nurture your child through their crucial early years. We take great pride in preparing children to the highest academic, social and moral standards.
Our pupils are happy children with high self-esteem and a strong belief in their abilities, combined with respect for others and their surroundings.
With class sizes carefully controlled to optimise learning, the Senior School prides itself on enthusiastic and dedicated teaching to meet the needs of individual pupils.
Pupils are taught in small tutorial-style groups. Their own Common Room and kitchen allow independence within the school community. Quiet areas are also set aside to provide for independent study.
At St Clare’s we believe that an enriching school experience is as important as an academic one. Pupils’ rich experiences will give them the edge in competitive job markets.
Admissions & Fees
Admissions Officer, Mrs Holly Fowlkes, carefully guides St Clare’s families through the admissions process. Holly takes great pride in delivering a warm, welcoming and professional service with your family at its heart.
Thank you to Only Boys Aloud for our impromptu workshop with the Senior boys this afternoon.
Only Boys Aloud are at Brewery Field Clubhouse..
Posted 7 days ago
Just click on the link to the community page on our website and scroll down to see all the photos from yesterday's Race for Life! https://bi..
Posted 1 week ago
Just a few photos from our wonderful Race for Life yesterday. We will upload the rest to the website very soon. Please make sure your sponso..
Just a little reminder that there is a meeting with the new piano teacher at 3:30 in the Prep hall today for Y2 to Y7 parents who wish their..
Plenty of pink in Prep school this morning ready for our Race for Life later today!
St Clare’s School
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