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The Boarding House at Brookhouse is one of the most highly respected in Kenya. The key to the success of this area of the school lies in the clear behavioural expectations, the wide range of activities on offer at weekends and the safe and nurturing environment that is created.


Brookhouse boarding consists of two boarding blocks situated on the same site as the main school. Rooms in Block A house up to four students and in Block B up to six. Boys and girls are accommodated in separate blocks. All rooms are self-contained.




see details below for answers to these questions.

Who is a mentor? Who is a team leader?

What do I do on the first day in the boarding house?

What happens during prep time?

What are praises and sanctions in the Boarding House?

What do I need to bring to the Boarding House?

How do I communicate with my friends and relatives?

Can I use the school computers?

What personal items am I allowed to have in my room?

Who do I see if I have a problem?

What do I do when I feel unwell?

Where will I have my meals?

What am I allowed to do in my room?

What is the Brookhouse uniform?

How do I use my pocket money?

How does the student council work?

What do I do if I want to worship?

What do I do in the event of a Fire Drill?

When can I watch TV?

What about other personal issues?

When can I leave the Boarding House?

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