We have two boarding houses, Parc House which is for pupils in Years 7-10 and Tenby House which is for pupils in Years 11, 12 & 13. You can read more about the houses, below.
Parc House is a handsome mansion-house situated off-campus (approximately 3 km from school) and students are transferred to school and back each day on a school bus. The House accommodates 22 students and the floors are divided into male and female zones. Parc House generates the atmosphere of a family home, with plenty of shared communal space alongside well-furnished and good sized bedroom accommodation. Bedrooms in Parc House are all single or double rooms. The students share a large common room used for relaxation, evening meals and supervised study.
Tenby House is a purpose-built accommodation building situated on the school site and comprises of single, en-suite rooms. This is where our older students in Year 11, 12 & 13 live. The Head of Boarding and his family live within the same premises and take a personal interest in each and every student, supporting them when required and ensuring consistency and routine across both houses. With a team of staff, the boarders are kept safe and an adult is always present should a student have a problem or concern they need to discuss. All of our staff have a great deal of experience and have been chosen for their patience, good humour, strong pastoral care and energy.