Accommodation at St George’s Private Boarding School

We recognise that attending an all-girls boarding school is an exciting prospect and we understand that each girl has unique needs. This is why our bedrooms accommodate varying numbers based on age and preferences.

Junior boarders typically share a room with three or four companions, while many of our sixth-form students enjoy the luxury of a single room.

Our Sixth Form bungalow provides an excellent transition to independent living, equipping girls with the skills they need for university life. Here, they have more freedom to take care of their own laundry, enjoy breakfast at their own pace, and prepare snacks independently.

Boarding House facilities

In addition to your bedroom, there are a variety of spaces where girls can work or relax, play games, or practise the piano. The boarder's common room is a place where you can catch up with your friends at the end of the day, with a television and games and puzzles to enjoy in the evening.

With our own talented chef and a dedicated dining room, at mealtimes girls and staff come together to enjoy breakfast and dinner on weekdays, as well as all their meals during weekends. Girls also have the option of making toast or preparing pancakes and other snacks in the evening, and this can be done in the kitchen which is in the central body of the boarding house, where there are cookers, hobs, and fridges.

The safety and security of our residents are paramount. Entry to all our buildings is protected by a secure access code, ensuring peace of mind for both students and parents alike.

Throughout the House, there are spaces where girls can unwind, while also benefiting from comprehensive internet and computer access.

There is a flat for a member of the resident house staff in each building, enabling us to be near the girls at night.

Living in Houldsworth House

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