One school, ten houses
All pupils, whether boarding or day, belong to one of ten houses. Each house buzzes with a life of its own, but all are very much part of our one school, ten houses ethos.
We have four boys’ boarding houses and three girls’ boarding houses. All are located within the school grounds just a few minutes' walk from the main buildings in separate boys and girls boarding hubs. Around 65% of our pupils are full boarders - there is no weekly or flexi boarding option but there are opportunities to go home during each term.
“Straightaway I noticed the friendliness of all the pupils and staff and felt at home.”
- HOW MANY PUPILS STAY IN AT WEEKENDS?
- WHICH SCHOOLS DO MOST BOARDERS COME FROM?
- HOW MANY PUPILS ARE IN EACH DORM?
- HOW MANY OVERSEAS PUPILS ARE THERE?
- WHAT HAPPENS AT WEEKENDS?
- WHO ARE THE STAFF IN EACH BOARDING HOUSE?
- HOW MANY PUPILS ARE IN EACH HOUSE?
- WHAT ARE THE DORMS LIKE?
- WHAT ELSE DO BOARDING HOUSES HAVE?
- WHAT'S THE MOBILE PHONE POLICY?
- WHAT ABOUT WASHING?
- WHAT ABOUT MEDICAL CARE?
- WHAT HAPPENS IF MY CHILD IS ILL AT NIGHT?
- Do you offer airport transfers for boarders?
"I love boarding - it's like one big family and it's great fun in the evenings and at weekends."
Girls' boarding houses
Boys' Boarding Houses
of boarders on average at school on any given weekend
Full boarding environment