A distinctive feature of Mill Hill School is its House System. All pupils, whether day or boarding, are members of a House.
Houses’ study and recreational facilities are, of course, home to the boarders. House Masters and House Mistresses keep an overview of the development of the pupils in their care. They deal with both academic and pastoral issues and provide a secure and structured environment within which pupils can be encouraged to take advantage of all that is on offer at Mill Hill.
Recent inspection reports have praised the quality of pastoral care for both day and boarding pupils.
The health and welfare of pupils is also a key responsibility of the Domestic Bursar, who oversees the production of meals for both day and boarding pupils. The School also has an appropriately staffed Medical Centre and there are regular visits by GPs from the Millway Medical Practice.
Pupils’ social responsibility is informed through the work of the Eco Society which works closely with the Domestic Bursary.