Boarders should live in an environment that is happy with a good family/community spirit in which they can have fun. It should be caring, safe, disciplined and positive. The children should have sufficient privacy for themselves. It should be home-from-home – a place where each child is known and cared for as an individual. Every boarder should have someone who will be their advocate or champion, like a day pupil's parent if required.
Boarding lies at the heart of Foremarke Hall, building a unique sense of community and ensuring children receive the very best start in life. The boarding houses play a key role in developing the school's strong sense of family values, encouraging children to live and work together harmoniously, build friendships and develop their independence. Children flourish in comfortable surroundings where they are offered the attention, care and guidance they need.