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St Peter's 13-18

Dronfield

IMG 7312As a member of Dronfield, you will quickly become part of a hardworking, friendly community of up to 40 girls. Dronfield girls find living together great fun.

It's a large boarding house, by St Peter's standards, which means that there is a good chance at Dronfield you will easily find someone to share your interests or accompany you on a trip into town on Wednesday or Saturday afternoons or on Sundays.

The house has lots and lots of cosy rooms to chat, study, watch TV or practice music...you can always find a corner to yourself in Dronfield, but equally, you can always find company when you want it.

Most girls have a bedroom on the first floor, with Third and Fourth Formers sharing a room between three. Lower Sixth Formers are paired, with the Upper Sixth girls having a room of their own.

I love the sense of togetherness we have formed in our tight knit community and the mutual support we all share. Dronfield is my second family, where we live, eat and spend time as a close, loving and caring group of people.

Charlotte Calvert

Dronfield opened as a boarding house in 1964 and became a girls' boarding house in 1987.

You can read a review of life in the house for the academic year 2017-8 here.

Situated across the road from the main St Peter's campus, the team at Dronfield are:

House parents: Jon and Lucy Whitehouse

IMG 7291Some of the girls at Dronfield recently undertook our "How Well Do You Know your Housemates" quiz.