Students live in the boarding house which is next to the teaching facilities. A comprehensive support system is in place to help our students as they strive to achieve their academic and personal development goals. The boarding environment is managed by a House Director and a team of House Supervisors.
Peer support is available from friendly House Mentors. Furthermore, boarding affords the valuable opportunity of interacting with and learning from fellow students of various nationalities and backgrounds. Communal living facilitates mutual standing, cultivates leadership and social skills, and creates lasting bonds of friendship.
Throughout the year, a programme of extracurricular activities awaits all year groups, which consists of sporting, theatrical and other exciting events. An enrichment to academic studies, these are designed to encourage creativity, independence and teamwork. Students will learn as much outside the classroom as they do within.