For the duration of our summer schools, St Edmund’s College is a student’s home and therefore we strive to make their experience an enriching, happy and comfortable one.
Living with us
St Edmund's College is a fully residential campus during the summer school. Typically, students live on boarding house corridors in the main College building, in twin bedrooms arranged in corridors for boys and corridors for girls with students of a similar age living in the same corridor.
In each bedroom there are 2 students* of different nationality, so that they can make new friends from different countries and practise their English language skills more. Each corridor has its own showers and toilets.
After a very busy day of school classes and activities, there are TV / common rooms and games rooms for the evenings, public telephones for receiving telephone calls and a video call room is also available for students to use. There are also computer rooms for the evening, and full Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the College campus.
Residential House Parents live on all boarding house corridors with the students and are responsible for making sure that everyone is healthy and happy. Each day these House Parents speak to the group to inform them about that day's activities and talk through any problems or concerns they may have.
* Occasionally we may need to move students into single or 3-bed bedrooms.