Field House was established in 1997 as part of the school’s continuing commitment to co-education and now accommodates 75 girls, on average 55 boarders and 20 day girls.
The junior boarders are accommodated in spacious bedders of four and they also have a study on the ground-floor along with the day girls. In their GCSE year boarders usually share double bedsits, which are equipped as both bedrooms and study areas. There are 25 single rooms which enables the girls to spend the majority of their time in Sixth Form in their own room. All bedrooms are furnished with modern, fitted furniture, and each has a basin.
Patrick joined Repton School to teach Mathematics in 2000 after serving in the Army and became Head of Careers in addition to running golf, squash and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Scheme. Jane Griffiths is a trained nursery nurse and gave up her job working in St Wystan’s, the village school, to take on the pastoral role in Field House.
When girls join the House they become part of the Field family and Mr & Mrs Griffiths aim for every girl to feel at "home". The girls look forward to film, cereal and smoothie nights as well as baking on a Sunday afternoon. Each girl is encouraged to fulfill their potential in all areas of school life and to appreciate one another, fostering friendships to last a lifetime.