At the centre of each of the five Boarding Houses is the Housemaster who provides pastoral care for the boys.
Each Day House is complete with common rooms, study rooms, games rooms, changing rooms as well as dedicated outside spaces for games and relaxation. They also have a separate dining room either within the House or in the Orchard Centre and day boys eat together each day, just as the boarders do.
Day boys benefit from the boarding ethos and extended days, with access to facilities and events beyond the formal School day. Their Houses remain open into the evening and become a familiar and cherished home base from which to experience life at the School. As the Boarding Housemasters do, Day Housemasters live onsite so they can successfully oversee the pastoral care of boys.
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Tonbridge hopes to encourage all of our boys to embrace opportunities and interests beyond their teaching timetable.