Boarding Student

Will Mitchell

“I enjoy constantly being with my friends and in a supportive community where everyone is able to get along and express themselves without criticism,” he said.

“There are no barriers between the years and everyone can talk to everyone if they have an issue or just want to have a laugh. It is like having a family away from home.”

Will said that boarding is good for your school work and your social life!

“Being a boarder is really helpful when it comes to school work because you not only have the tutors to talk to if you need help, you also have all your mates who may be more confident or understand the topic a little better.”

Will said when it comes to making the move away from home you should definitely `feel the fear and do it anyway’.

“You’re always with your mates and you’ll have so many great opportunities to learn and express yourself.

“If you’re a little bit scared or homesick that’s totally normal – the others in your year group will be too and the boarders that have been there a few years will know what you’re going through and support you.”

Scots All Saints College

Will Mitchell

Boarding Student

“I enjoy constantly being with my friends and in a supportive community where everyone is able to get along and express themselves without criticism,”

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"It is my hope and prayer that the new Scots All Saints College will prepare graduating students to be young men and women of purpose."

Mr David Gates