A typical boarder wakes up at around 7:00 am before getting themselves looking good in time for 7:30 breakfast.
They then need to get books together in time for 8:15 registration, chapel and then lessons.
At break many return back into their house for their daily dose of tea and toast.
During this time they are free to rest for a bit, get changed for any PE in the next few lessons, watch TV and play pool or table tennis. There are two more lessons before lunch, and then a longer break before the next registration and three more lessons.
It is at 16:35, however, when pupils have the most amount of time off. They will often pop up in to Stonehouse, or get on with one of the many activities on offer from Choir to CCF, Chess to Cryptology.
They then have two prep sessions punctuated by supper time, after these pupils are free to do whatever they wish. Many choose to visit their friends in other boarding houses and socialise in the common rooms.
On the weekends each house has their own thing they like to do for fun in the evenings. These include movie marathons, cooking group meals, take away night, group games and many other activities.