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Our Houses

There are two friendly boarding houses at Sibford School all located within our 50-acre countryside campus, close to the main school buildings. 

Our houses are run by House Parents (some of whom are also teachers) who work hard to create a family style environment. House Parents live at either end of the boarding houses and get to know our boarders well, and like parents they try to keep informed of their progress at school whilst also giving them a secure home to retreat to from the pressures of academic work.

Fielding House

Fielding is the boarding house for full and weekly boarders. This house provide a family atmosphere while at the same time giving the students additional independence in recognition of their age and in preparation for university or leaving home.

Downstairs the students can enjoy relaxing together in the newly renovated common area which includes a lounge with comfortable sofas, TV room, pool table and study area. There is also a well-equipped kitchen and breakfast bar. All the bedrooms in Fielding are twins and are contained in two separate wings.

Fielding Boarding House at Sibford School

Margaret Fell House

Margaret Fell is our boarding house that is used for flexi boarders. The house has a large, homely lounge where the girls can relax, watch television/DVDs and even play the piano. 

The Margaret Fell kitchen is a popular gathering place and has witnessed numerous baking activities. All the girls have their own individual lockers. Upstairs the house has ten shared rooms, some containing four beds and some containing two beds. There is also a single room en-suite room. All rooms provide the students with room for private study. 

Margaret Fell Boarding House at Sibford School

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