Willersley House is home, during term time, to up to 31 girls. The original house was built in 1887 and, whilst being totally modernised to provide comfortable boarding accommodation, the house still boasts many of its original features and has rooms of assorted shapes and sizes which give it a quirky, homely feel.
Accommodation is a mixture of single, double and triple dormitories. [As far as possible, we ensure that the girls share rooms with other girls of different nationalities in order to encourage their use of English, as well as to help them build lasting friendships with girls from all over the world.] Each girl has her own area within the shared rooms, with study facilities as well as bedroom furniture.
The house has a shared lounge with FreeSat television and DVD player. There is also a Games Room with a table tennis table, piano and house library. There is WiFi provision, allowing the girls to access their personal files on their school Google Drive and to gain filtered access to the internet. Quiet areas can also be found within the house for reading and chatting.