The school provides residential facilities for boys and girls on campus. All the hostels are well appointed and have all the facilities that help the children live and grow in an environment that they can identify as their home. Trained members of the staff, including housemistresses and a housemaster, along with a whole range of support staff, are entrusted with the well being of the children and to ensure that the needs of our pupils are fully met.
The school places much emphasis on the importance of students taking responsibility for themselves, and for each other, within a very carefully supervised framework. For our boarders, the hostel is also home and as such provides every facility for study, leisure and a flourishing sense of community, which can add so much to school days and later life. The sense of security and loyalty engendered by the hostel life finds expression in many ways, and creates a healthy desire to excel in competition with the other houses, whether on the sports field, in the arts or in academic attainment. Friendships and mutual support play a large part in school life, and this is reflected in the boarding accommodation we provide. At the junior level, students stay in dormitory style accommodation. The school strongly believes that the values of caring, sharing, and community living must be inculcated in our students from the very beginning.