b'consigned to history; theyre still used to keep favourite treats under lock and key. At Tudor Hall School sixth formers told us they like to buy bacon and eggs from the nearby farm shop and make their own breakfasts at the weekend. Boarders at town schools will nd that the local takeaways are more than happy to delivermost do a roaring trade at weekends. Pupils with physical disabilities Historic buildings rarely make for easy disabled access and if your child needs special arrangements you must to discuss these with the school well in advance. This wont just apply to boarding houses; classrooms may be up several ights of stairs and there can often be a fair way to walk between lessons. That being said, we know of many schools who have done all they can to accommodate pupils in wheelchairs or with visual or hearing impairments.52'