Opened in September 1989 as the second House at Clifton for girls, Worcester House enjoys one of the best views of the College, looking out over The Close and Chapel. Worcester is a very friendly house. The girls are very welcoming, and it is particularly lovely to see the way in which the older girls help the younger girls settle into the School Community.
The House has plenty of spirit and the girls are keen to be involved in all aspects of school life, including sports, drama and music. The girls respect each other and thrive in the mutually supportive environment in which they live and study.
Many girls from Worcester secure places at top universities both in the UK and abroad.
House activities include outings, sports, music, art and drama. The House staff endeavour to develop the girls’ leadership skills and sense of responsibility, so they may all leave Clifton College as confident young women ready to embark on the next stage of their education.