- Independent school Nottingham | Derby
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Boarding at Trent means access to a vibrant community of over 130 students from over 20 different countries.
Our students tell us they gain these benefits from living in our boarding houses:
Boarding develops confidence, independence, social skills, positive thinking, respect for others and a sense of responsibility for the welfare of the community.
Boarders make strong friendships upon whom they can depend for support when life, as it can, becomes demanding. All of this provides excellent preparation for the different demands that will be made of those who move away from home.
Our extensive grounds offer the space, beauty and scope for recreation; the boarding houses complement that with warmth, care and a place that feels like home.
Types of Boarding
Pupils board at Trent College from Year 7 all the way through to Year 13 creating a family feel to our boarding community. Pupils can board with us in a number of ways dependant on family circumstances:
If you are interested in finding more about boarding or taking part in some ‘trial boarding’ at Trent College please contact email@example.com for further information.
The schedule for boarding pupils
07.40 - 08.10 Breakfast in the Obolensky Dining Hall
08.30 Registration with tutor group then lessons
17.30 Boarders' Supper
18.20 Registration by Duty Tutor in the boarding houses
18.30 Supervised prep in the House, Library or Sixth Form Centre
20.00 Free time or house activities
Morning Lessons for Year 9-13 then afternoon sports fixtures or free time. Younger boarders have an array of exciting activities along with free time after a busy week. Evening activities include ten pin bowling, cinema, Quasar, BBQs, discos, cookery and a wide variety of sports.
Time for relaxation, study or sport as well as organised fun filled activities such as trips to Harry Potter World, Alton Towers, paintballing, shopping trips and many more.