Typical day for a boarder
Home to a boarder whilst at SCOTS PGC is their own room complete with bed, study desk and ample storage. Students are able to decorate their rooms and make themselves feel comfortable in their surroundings. All rooms are air-conditioned/heated and have access to monitored Wi-Fi.
The boarding precinct has solid security systems in place and students are asked to keep minimal personal valuables on them at any time.
Students have access to a communal dining hall, shared lounge/relaxation facilities including TV, music and a shared kitchenette for drinks/snacks. Both boarding campuses have been decorated with modern, yet comfortable, décor.
Students have the option of socialising with other students after school or having their own time to themselves. It is an individual choice and nothing is forced upon them. Many students choose to play music or games, even have a social hit of tennis or just take the time to sit back and relax with a good book.
A typical day in the life of a (girl) boarder at SCOTS PGC may look something like this:
Rise and shine! Get dressed for co-curricular training
Catch bus to College for co-curricular training (gym, sports training or equestrian)
Early breakfast in Des Davey Dining Hall
Attend chosen co-curricular training
Finish co-curricular training and prepare for school day
Attend School, Morning Tea, Lunch
Attend co-curricular and cultural activity training, local leave from boarding house or free-time
Catch bus to Boarding Campus
Preparation for dinner and study
Study and preparation for next school day
Supper and bed for junior grades