Bellairs is the newest of the three junior Day Houses, founded in 1999. The House is named in honour of The Reverend Henry Bellairs, a founder and governor of College who remained on the College Council from its inception in 1853 until his death in 1900.

Along with our other junior Day Houses, Bellairs has a base at Eversleigh on Parabola Road, which acts as a permanent space for all our days girls aged 11-16.

About Bellairs
  • Houseparent: Mrs Victoria Davidson
  • 11-16 years old
  • 3 minutes walk to College
  • Opened in 1999

From the Houseparent

"I have been at College since 2013. I work very closely with the two other Day House Mistresses and the supportive, professional team of House Staff in Eversleigh.

My husband Neil runs his own company as an Environmental Consultant. We have two children: Charlie, who is at university, and Eva, who is in Sixth Form at CLC.

Bellairs House is characterised with a passionate ethos to show enthusiasm and kindness wherever possible. We strive to make it a warm, caring and happy environment. It is a fantastic privilege to work with, support and encourage the girls in their day to day lives at College."

Mrs Victoria Davidson