Ardvreck has three boarding houses: Junior House (7-11), Mac House (boys 11-13) and Erskine House (girls 11-13).
Junior House is in the main building and is run by a dedicated pastoral team including a live-in Housemistress and assistant. All the children in Junior House have their own personal bed area, and enjoy the use of comfortable ‘home-from-home’ sitting rooms in which to play and relax. Junior House is warm, friendly and cosy, and the children are extremely well looked after. Weekends are busy and sociable but downtime is also valued. Junior House prides itself on allowing children to be children.
Our pupils have the opportunity to benefit from a high standard of education, an all-round learning environment, and extra-curricular activities set in the stunning rural Perthshire countryside.
At Ardvreck, we aim to uncover the gem within each pupil. We provide the perfect environment in which pupils can thrive, becoming ‘can-do’ pupils who excel in future education.
We aim to create a family environment which encourages responsibility, tolerance and understanding of others and a growing sense of independence. The boarding experience promotes initiative and helps to develop leadership skills. We encourage all children to embrace and enjoy the benefits boarding can offer, with day pupils having the opporunity to make the transition to boarding if they desire.