Bloomsbury and Deis

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Part of the Perrin Building at the heart of the Bede's campus, Bloomsbury and Deis House are two of the younger Day Houses at the school.

Deis House developed out of Dicker House - the original Day House at Bede's - when Dicker split into three Houses; Dicker, Deis and Knights.

Bloomsbury meanwhile was founded at the same time as Charleston House to offer a bright and airy space for Bede's burgeoning population of female day students.

Both Bloomsbury and Deis boast several common rooms and study areas, kitchens and offices for Personal Tutors and House Masters.

The interior decor of both is regularly refreshed in line with the wishes of the House Councils.

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