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  • Girls at Roedean School appreciating their new, improved Sixth Form Centre, Keswick Hall | Dickinson British Boarding School Consulting

New Sixth Form Centre for Roedean School

Roedean School has recently upcycled an existing boarding house with study facilities for Year 13 students into a Sixth Form Centre where both Year 12 and Year 13 students can socialise and study.

Much like the rest of this boarding school for girls in south east England, Keswick Hall is a mixture of old and new: many original features have been retained, with the addition of a mezzanine with laptop bar, large staircases, a state-of-the-art sound and presentation system, comfortable armchairs and sofas, and alcoves for study. It will be a wonderful venue for lectures and chamber music, and the students are already planning social events for later this term.

The new Keswick Hall joins the other spaces that Sixth Form students have been enjoying since they opened in September, including a large, silent study room, a conference room and a common room with kitchen area. Over time, more of the members of staff and services that support the Sixth Form will become available in the Keswick Sixth Form Centre too.

We can’t help but be impressed by the result: studying and socialising in such beautiful surroundings simply has to be inspiring!

If you could see your daughter(s) in these surroundings or would welcome advice about other British boarding schools, please do contact us.

 

Photo courtesy of Roedean School

Published on : 
27/01/16