Great Boarding offers!
For as little as £7,200 per term (2017-2018) your child could board 5 nights per week (8am Monday to 1pm Saturday)
For as little as £500 per term your child could spend 14 nights at Holmewood.
Full board and lodging, free evening activities included!
Following a complete refurbishment of the dormitories, shower rooms, WCs, Common Rooms and Games Room, Boarding at Holmewood is back with a vengeance and here to stay! With current capacity for 25 boys and 18 girls, Holmewood boarders can experience the fun and convenience of staying at school termly, during the week, or for just a few nights, in modern, bright, clean and welcoming surroundings within the original 19th Century Mansion House.
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We accept full termly boarders provided a parent or guardian is available for at least two exeats per term, in addition to half terms.
With so many activities happening in the evenings, Holmewood is the place to be (sorry, Mum and Dad!) Whether it be Swimming, Squash, Gym, Cricket, Scouts, Cubs, Tech, Art or simply free time to spend with friends roaming the superb grounds, playing in the Sports Hall, playing in the Games Room, chilling with friends in the Common Rooms or improving Air Hockey, Table Football, Pool, Wii and Playstation skills, staying at school is fun. Boarders between the ages of 6 and 13 regularly board during the week, either for 5, 4 or 3 nights. Remaining capacity is filled by those who board one or more nights every week, Friday night being particularly popular.
Boarding is not simply fun but a great experience and a superb preparation for life after Holmewood, whether this be at a Boarding or a Day Senior School. With more parents opting for the Boarding choice, it is absolutely vital that children are prepared for life away from home before they go at the end of Year 8. Without fail, those who have boarded at Holmewood settle into their new Senior boarding schools way better than those who never did.
"Pupils have a strong understanding of right and wrong."
ISI Inspection Report 2017