|Years 7 to 8|
|Girls share bedrooms (typically 3 to 4 girls per room). Every girls has drawers under her bed for school uniform and home clothes. There is also a secure storage space for mobile phones, laptops and other personal items.|
|Girls have individual rooms with the same storage facilities.|
|Years 7 to 9|
|Girls share a large common room with a television, DVD player, board games and a collection of reading books. They also share a separate kitchenette with a toaster, microwave, kettle and fridge. The kitchenette is kept stocked with bread, fruit, tea, milk and hot chocolate. Every girl has her own tuck box for treats.|
|Years 10 and 11|
|Girls have individual study bedrooms. Both years have their own kitchenette / common room.|
|Years 12 and 13|
|Girls have individual study bedrooms in a purpose-built sixth form house. Some of the rooms are en-suite. Other facilities include a cafe, large common room with flat-screen television, piano, stereo, karaoke machine, table-football, laundry and dedicated kitchen.|
All girls whose parents reside overseas must have an official guardian resident within the UK and over 25 years old. This guardian is responsible for the girl’s travel and accommodation at half-terms, holidays and over the May Bank Holiday exeat weekend.
It is school policy to ask parents to take their daughter home if she becomes ill. Parents who reside overseas and are unable to do so, should make their daughter’s guardian aware that they will also have responsibility for collecting the girl and providing accommodation and care until she is fit to return to school.