I am delighted to welcome you to Robert de Cheney House, which houses Sixth Form boarders studying at The Priory Academy LSST, one of the country’s top performing schools. The overwhelming majority of our students progress to their chosen university, and many gain places at the top rated institutions, including Oxford and Cambridge Universities, as well as those comprising the Russell Group.
Boarding at The Priory Academy is exclusively for Sixth Formers, and has been designed specifically to ensure a smooth transition from school to university and beyond. It is a place where young people get their first taste of independence, reinforced by a highly supportive and nurturing pastoral structure.
We work closely with parents/carers and boarders to ensure we achieve the very best of both worlds; education at a highly successful school alongside first-class boarding facilities and pastoral support. Furthermore, our boarders have wonderful extra-curricular opportunities, including a full weekend and after-school activities programme, and the guidance of an experienced and highly supportive residential boarding team. All of these factors, as well as the homely atmosphere provided by the residential staff and their families, ensure a safe, happy and thriving environment for our boarders.
We hope our blog gives you a flavour of the experiences and opportunities our boarders are fortunate enough to enjoy. Please do take a look at the boarding pages on our website, which give a full picture of life at Robert de Cheney House.
We look forward to meeting you!
Mr J Nuttall
Head of Boarding
For more information about boarding at The Priory Academy LSST, please contact Mr J Nuttall, Head of Boarding:
Full details about The Priory Academy LSST and Robert de Cheney House can be found on the Academy website:
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Robert de Cheney Boarding House
The Priory Academy LSST
Cross O’Cliff Hill
Tel: 01522 889977 (Ask for Mr J Nuttall)