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We believe happy children learn better, and our Pastoral Care is very strong at Wycliffe at every stage of our pupils time here from our Pre-Prep School, Prep School through to our Senior School and Sixth Form. The positive relationship between pupils and staff and the approachability of our staff were identified as key strengths in a recent parent survey. Each pupil is able to talk to a variety of staff for support – Form tutor, Matron, Head of House, Boarding Housemaster/mistress and Director of Pastoral Care.
Lincoln, Shaftesbury, Scott and Grenfell are the four School Houses in the Prep School. When your son or daughter join us, they join one of the Houses, and stay in that House for the duration of their time at Wycliffe. We will ensure that all siblings go into the same boarding house. The purpose of the House is to create a House community within a School community and to generate a friendly competitive environment, as pupils can win (and lose) points for their House. There are House events every term including House Song, House Quiz, Sports Day and House Assemblies. Take a look at our prep school boarding houses.
We offer boarding from Year 3 (age seven years old) in our warm, secure and safe Boarding Houses, with our caring and friendly Boarding Staff – there to look after your son or daughter.
Holroyd Howe, are our onsite caterers who provide school meals and food, and have have an excellent reputation and work exclusively with independent schools in the UK.
Our caterers are extremely good at dealing with any individual dietary requirements that you child may have. We cater for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free, dairy free, lactose free, monosodium glutamate free pupils to mention a few.
Our Matrons are full First Aid trained and are based at the Prep School. In addition, we have two fully qualified Nurses in our Medical Centre on the Senior School Campus who support the Prep School Matrons in assessing and providing more specific medical care.
…pupils’ personal development is excellent.
All pupils…develop mature, thoughtful qualities and they consider the needs of others. They collaborate positively, appreciate their friendships and make the most of opportunities available to them at school. Welfare, health and safety are excellent.