Boarding and Day - The House Structure

There is a strong sense of community at Christ College. Each of our eight houses has its own character and is run like an extended family by Houseparents. They are ably supported by a team comprising of Assistant Houseparents, tutors, and domestic staff who will ensure that your child's welfare and health are safeguarded, as well as their academic progress. Your child will have unrestricted access to their Houseparents and this open-door policy encourages a strong relationship between parents, staff and pupils.

The house system provides stability and the fact that the houses comprise of both Boarding and Day pupils means that all of the pupils in the houses interact in every area of school life. Day pupils benefit from the huge range of activities and superb facilities while Boarders can enjoy friendships that extend well beyond the school gates and into the local community.

Below are examples of the Daily Routine for both Boarders and Day pupils.

DAILY-ROUTINE-Michaelmas-2017.pdf

UP-TOWN--SUNDAYS-Mich-2017.pdf

There are seven houses spread across the Christ College campus;

  • St Nicholas House - Our junior school for boys and girls aged 7-11 years in Years J3-J6.
  • Alway House - Our Lower School boarding and day house for boys and girls in Years L7 and L8 and weekly boarding for St Nicholas House pupils.
  • de Winton HouseDonaldson's House and Bannau House - Middle School and Senior boarding and day houses for girls in Years M9 to Upper Sixth.
  • Orchard House, School House and St. David's House - Middle School and Senior boarding and day houses for boys in Years M9 to Upper Sixth.