Antony House is for for boys age 8 to 18. A comforting home from home with limitless potential where full, weekly and flexi boarding boys can grow and flourish in a twenty-four-seven community. Whilst academics are a key focus of their time spent at Anthony House, all boys are encouraged to participate in the extensive variety of extra-curricular activities available at Leweston.

Antony House is named for the school’s original name, ‘St Antony’s’. St Antony of Padua is Leweston’s patron saint. Their emblem is three arrows which signify readiness for battle. The three inward facing arrows are from the coat of arms of George Hamilton Fletcher, who purchased the manor in 1906. The full coat of arms can be seen on the front façade of the manor house.

Antony House is the newest member of the Leweston boarding community opening in 2019. It is based at the heart of the school in an area known as the North Wing. Antony House’s location provides students with easy access to all areas of the school whilst also offering a quiet environment for study and rest. Antony has single and double bedrooms for pupils was well as their own social and communal space.

Mr Cannon Leweston BoardingMr Cannon is Houseparent to Antony House, click here to contact him.

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