Founded in 1712, the school sits in over 200 acres of idyllic English countryside. It has a proud and celebrated naval heritage and during the British term time is home to 750 boarding students.
Participants experience a traditional British boarding school student lifestyle as residents in two boarding houses – St Vincent and Howe. Each house has its own unique character with a variety of social spaces and facilities for participants to enjoy, from table tennis tables to pianos.
Bedrooms and bathroom facilities are shared between a maximum of 4 participants and all rooms can be locked for privacy. Boys are accommodated on the first floor of St Vincent, while girls reside in neighbouring Howe House.
Each day participants further their British boarding school experience as they enjoy delicious meals together in the dining hall. Breakfast, lunch and dinner offer a fantastic range of options and all food is freshly prepared by the catering teams on site.