Caverel House is a boarding and day house for girls aged 14 to 18. Younger girls share four-bed rooms or two-beds rooms, Fifth and Sixth Form girls (Years 11, 12 and 13) have their own study bedrooms. Caverel House is named after Abbot Philip de Caverel. Born in 1555, he became Abbot of St Vedast’s at Arras in Normandy and later provided the monastic community with its first home at Douai.
Belinda Bouchard (House Mistress)