Dates back to the 13th century
St Peter's College is one of the schools that makes up the University of Oxford. It is located behind Bonn Square on New Inn Hall Street. It's located in two old medieval hostels, The Inns, that once served to accommodate students for long periods. The school was created in 1929 and named St. Peter, although part of the university dates back to the thirteenth century. Most of the university's buildings are older than the school itself. The university, instead of constructing new buildings, adapted the buildings that were already on the grounds for its classes. The name of New Inn Hall reminds one of the Inns built on this street.