Boarding


Brookes Cambridge new classroom and boarding facility

Brookes Cambridge new facility: Gryphon House

At each of our schools, we provide a nurturing boarding atmosphere where residential students are cared for as our own, whether residing lakeside at our Shawnigan Campus, Canada, at our Silicon Valley Campus, USA, or our new, purpose-built boarding facility set in the lush, undulating Suffolk countryside.

Designed and built to exceptional standard, our Gryphon House boarding facility has 48 rooms that boast a full complement of modern furnishings and fittings as well as separate en-suite shower and toilet facilities. The house is set in our eight acre campus, framed by a spacious and safe rural setting.

House parents John and Gill White, who have more than 30 years Boarding experience, will provide your child with a “home from home” experience, support and inclusiveness. Quiet places for study along with academic support give residential students room to thrive, and social spaces and weekend excursions encourage exploration of culture and community life.

“Every boarder, wherever in the world they come from, is welcomed to the house and treated as an individual.”
Mr White
Head of Boarding

Brookes offers flexibility in residential life to meet the individual needs of students and families:

  • Day Boarding caters to the local population where students may choose to remain on campus until the evening hours. Students will be served a nourishing dinner and attend study hall before returning home for the evening.
  • Flexi Boarding offers occasional boarding experience where children can enjoy the full school experience and provide much needed family respite.
  • Weekly Boarding is available for students who live too far for a daily commute but are able to return to their family on each weekend.
  • Full-time Boarding welcomes students from local, national and international locations for the full academic year.

Come visit and find out more about why Brookes Cambridge is the right private school for your child.