Earlscliffe does not use host families. All students live in our own, supervised residences which are located within a few minutes’ walk of both the main building and the School House classrooms. All our buildings were originally built between 1870 and 1910, with four being late Victorian in style and the other three Edwardian. All have recently been refurbished.
Girls and boys live in separate, supervised accommodation. Most rooms are single or twin rooms with a few select triple rooms and all have en-suite WC and shower. All rooms have Wi-Fi.
The accommodation is attractive: modern, light rooms within historic façades. Earlscliffe is an ‘in-town’ campus of buildings meaning that students can easily walk between classes, meals, accommodation and activities.
Meals taken in the college dining room and prepared by our own chef are varied and often international, such as Chinese, Mexican or Indian, but not forgetting the occasional British fish and chips! Formal dinners every two weeks give our students a chance to dress up and enjoy a three-course meal by candlelight. Any special dietary needs can be catered for including vegetarian, non-dairy etc. Students are given packed meals on day trips.