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Termly boarding is available for UK and Non-UK residents and we would welcome you to visit our exquisitely decorated “home from home” boarding house.  Caring and attentive house-parents ensure a strong sense of belonging and personal identity.  An engaging activity calendar allows our boarding family, and their friends, to experience a wealth of English cultural and scenic beauty; venturing to Stonehenge, Bath or Bristol for example, and exploring the famous Jurassic coastline, literally on our doorstep.

We pride ourselves on being able to offer a truly unique, tailored and original experience within very beautiful surroundings. Friendships made at Thornlow are ensured to last a lifetime.

Should you require further details about Thornlow boarding or wish to apply to join our Thornlow family then we would love to hear from you.

  • "On Saturday, we went to Portsmouth. We saw two boats and there were very interesting things. We visited the inside and outside of the boats." "On Sunday we went to Lulworth Cove and Carlos, Teresa and Maria to Alexander's house to lunch and play. Pablo and me went to the coast and we have a good time."

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  • "On Saturday Pablo and Jaime came with us and we went to the beach." "On Sunday we went to the church in the morning. It was Pentecost Sunday."

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  • We have had another fun weekend in our Boarding home and to hear more we thought you may like to read some extracts from the pupil's boarding diaries.

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  • We have recently welcomed new friends from Spain into our Boarding Home and we have been out and about over the last few weeks, sharing local delights of Dorset, including visiting the Olympic Rings on Portland and spending time on our award winning beach in Weymouth!

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  • We recently welcomed families of this term's boarding students to Thornlow. We were honoured to host such wonderful people and hope that our friends from Spain come back to see us soon.

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  • "One day the ten boarders of Thornlow Preparatory School went to Bristol to see the museum "@t Bristol" which is a Science Museum where you can find lots of experiments....All the borders like "@t Bristol" so much and all of them hope to come another time!"

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  • Our boarding house chef has created a birthday cake for birthday celebrations in our boarding home tonight!

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  • "In English class we used Reading eggs. In this computer program we have to win Golden Eggs by doing English exercises. It's so exciting and fun and you learn a lot! I love it and it's so good for learning English." Juan

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  • Our boarding students enjoyed sharing their culinary skills with us recently and enjoyed sharing their favourite recipes from Spain.

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  • Thornlow Boarding Pupils and Thornlow Day Pupils are "buddies" and our buddy system ensures that everyone feels at home and special friendships are made.

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  • Our boarding pupils visited the bustling Bridport street market on Saturday which was vibrant and full of life! A brass band created a merry atmosphere whilst they explored the various stalls.

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  • This weekend the boarding pupils at Thornlow and their friends visited a World Heritage Site, the Roman Baths. Walking back in time they traced the footsteps of the Romans and explored the extensive ruins.

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  • Our boarding home was full of laughter today as we embraced the spirit of "Dahlicious Day" and dressed up as characters from Roald Dahl books!

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  • During the summer holidays, I was invited to spend 3 weeks in Ibiza with my friend Hugo, who I met at Thornlow when he came across to stay in our Boarding House.

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  • The English Adventure continues. This weekend we explored the beautiful Dorset Jurassic coast, beginning in Lyme Regis and ending in Abbotsbury.

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  • We welcome our new friends from Spain into our Boarding Home and we have already shared some special memories together.

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