The boarding day is more or less the same in all Houses, although ‘lights-out’ becomes later as the girls get older. Up until the Sixth Form most of the day is spent in uniform until school ends and the girls change into ‘mufti’ to go off to their chosen activities. After these and ‘own time’, during which the girls are free to choose to do music practice or extra reading or simply relax, there is supper and then prep. Roll call follows and then girls get ready for bed at the appropriate time.
‘The school offers wonderful opportunities for boarders to develop skills and interests through the provision of a wide variety of activities and clubs. These are offered to boarders both during the week and at weekends’.
Source: Our most recent Ofsted Boarding Inspection report