At Framlingham College, we understand that happy and fulfilled children who feel valued are more likely to be capable of reaching their full potential.
From the Headmaster to the support staff and student peer mentors, every person plays a vital role in Fram’s pastoral care – creating an environment where each individual is secure and comfortable.
The College has already trained 25 staff members in mindfulness techniques, so that they can teach the children how to achieve moments of mental stillness. The school’s wellbeing programme for pupils includes timetabled lessons in mindfulness, which also builds resilience and helps the child develop strategies for coping with their anxieties.
Houses as homes
Day pupils share accommodation and House identity alongside the boarders, who can choose from full, weekly, part or occasional boarding. The seven Houses are homes to the children and run under the careful guidance of a Housemaster or Housemistress alongside a team of House Tutors and Matrons.
Every pupil can take advantage of the rich seam of academic, recreational and personal development activities on offer. And the consistency of approach across Houses helps build a community that truly values mutual respect and tolerance.
Life at Fram not only promotes good citizenship and a conscientious attitude, it also strengthens each individual’s sense of independence and self-reliance – attributes that will support pupils throughout their lives.
How the school works
You can see the College through a number of lenses, with each one offering its own starting point to your journey through the school.
Whichever route you take, we hope it prompts you to arrange a visit. Please see our Admissions page.