Each Sixth Form boarder has their own individual room, mostly en-suite, as well as stylish, comfortable, communal spaces for socialising and relaxing.
In the centre of the Monmouth School for Girls campus, Augusta House is home to our girl boarders studying in Sixth Form. Every girl will have her own bedroom, and most will have an en-suite.
In addition to their own personalised living space, Augusta House’s comfortable and stylish common rooms are perfect for socialising.
The school’s swimming pool, sports hall, and the new performing arts centre are all on the door step of Augusta House, so students do not have to travel far to practice their sporting and artistic talents.
Students learn how to look after themselves, manage finances and prioritise time, without compromising their studies.
Boys in Year 12 will live in one of our senior school boarding houses, either Weirhead, School or New House.
To give them more independence in Year 13, all boys move into Buchanan House, which acts as a transition between school and their next steps.
The house has a garden and a large yard as well as several common rooms with a pool table and table tennis.
Although meals are still provided in the school dining room, we encourage the boys to use the house kitchen to make snacks and learn some cooking skills in readiness for when they leave school.