Day BoardingDay boarding at Villiers enables students to maximize their participation in School life, as well as maximizing their performance in exams.
Day boarding helps students to achieve a positive work-study-recreation balance, encourages silent study, exercise and socialization. Additionally, for working parents, day boarding offers a suitable solution to bridge the gap between school hours and working hours.
Day boarders have almost exactly the same conditions in the School as residential boarders, except they not sleep, have access to the dormitories or have breakfast in School. They adhere to School rules and processes in the same way as residential boarders.
When class-time ends at 3.50 pm, both boarders and day boarders are encouraged to participate either in an extra-curricular activity or afternoon study. Monday to Thursday, tea is served at 5:30pm and students sit in form groups. With the exception of Form VI, students must be in their school uniform for tea. After tea, many students choose to change into casual clothing.
Prep commences at 6.15 pm for Form VI students and at 6.45 pm for all other years. There are five prep locations, each supervised by a staff member. Silent study is encouraged.
|Form II & IV||6.45pm||9.00pm|
|Form III & V||6.45pm||9.30pm|
Supper is served at 8:15pm, where students avail of a fifteen-minute break and a snack. With the exception of Form I, students return to their prep rooms at 8:30pm sharp, and depending on year group, will work until 9:00pm or 9:30pm.
Saturday Supervised Study is also included in Day Boarding Fees.
For further information, please see the Day Boarding Guide or contact our School Bursar, Ian Jacob at email@example.com