Boarding Houses

Dusk at Fyling HallOur boarding community has a family feel and our boarding houses play a crucial role in creating a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our boarding team create a fun and relaxed environment where both pupils and parents feel supported by experienced staff. This environment allows our boarders to develop socially, academically and mature emotionally in a secure and stable environment.

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All houses are equipped with wireless internet, common rooms and facilities to make hot drinks and snacks. There are communal areas for the children to socialise, the sports hall is available on an evening and there is a busy weekend programme.

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Girls Boarding

presentsThe original Georgian family home of Fyling Hall known as Main House is the home to our girls who board. Spread over several floors, the girls (aged 12 to 18) live in rooms of 2 to 4 pupils, with stunning views of the Yorkshire coastline. The boarding house has a family atmosphere where pupils of all ages and nationalities socialise and provide support for each other, forging friendships that continue once they leave school. Miss Gilmour lives on the school site and is in charge of the pastoral care of both the boys and girls. She is always available to discuss the welfare of pupils or to answer any questions parents might have. Miss Emma Anders is the girls’ matron and lives in Main House. She is an experienced member of staff who is there to support the girls and make them feel at home.

Boys Boarding

Photographer: Joe LynchThere are two boys’ boarding houses at Fyling Hall. Mulgrave is home to boys aged 12 to 16 where they live in rooms of either 3 or 4. The building is arranged to allow lots of social space and the mix of ages creates a family atmosphere where everyone knows everyone. Mr Edge, who also teaches biology, and Miss Walker are residents in the house and provide support and guidance for the boys and their parents. The more senior boys live in Ramsdale which is located in a quiet corner of the school. Here they have the space and environment to apply themselves to work and socialise with each other. Mr Batchelor who is teaching member of staff who lives in Ramsdale. He provides a relaxed yet purposeful atmosphere that is appropriate for older pupils.