Those attending either or both courses will be asked to arrive at their allocated residence any time between 16.00 and 21.00 on the day before the course starts and will stay a total of three nights for each course. Students will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses. All residents will be accommodated in single or twin bed-sitting rooms where there will be facilities to study in the evening. A member of the school’s academic boarding staff will be on duty during the course and be responsible for residents on each teaching/learning day. Breakfast, morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch and an evening meal will be provided in the school’s central dining room.
Please note that it may be necessary for students to share accommodation although, if a single is requested, these will be offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Girls’ Boarding House – Park Grange
Park Grange has been a boarding house since 1988 and is in a wonderful position, in close proximity to the main school campus, with views across Knole Park, the rooftops of Sevenoaks and the school's own grounds.
The main house retains many of its original features and is full of character, combining the friendly atmosphere of a family home with excellent facilities. There is also an attractive, purpose-built Sixth Form wing set around a peaceful courtyard. The superb central kitchen, complete with the old cast iron stove, provides a focal point for different age groups and nationalities to meet and socialise.
Boys’ Boarding House – Aisher House
The newest member of the thriving Sevenoaks boarding community, Aisher House is situated in the heart of the Park Grange estate, alongside Park Grange (the girls’ house). Completed in 2019, Aisher is in the enviable position of being well located close to the school’s extensive facilities but also tucked away from the immediate hustle and bustle of the busy school.
Single and double bedrooms are en-suite. The north lawn provides a great site for recreational sports while the sunny terrace is the perfect collective locale, with students spilling out from the kitchen to socialise.