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House System

Introduced in September 2017, our House System is encouraging students to mix more outside of their usual groups. Increased teamwork across years is creating a more cohesive student body, whilst form groups being divided amongst the Houses leads to some healthy competition.

There are many opportunities for students to gain House points, both through individual accomplishments and inter-House competitions in areas such as sport, languages and music.

Every Friday we publish the House points totals on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and students can see the star students and points breakdowns for each week displayed in the noticeboards in the main foyer.

The Houses

There are five Houses, with names inspired by the elements of the school badge. In this way the school is linking the old with the new. All students belong to either Bridge (green), Crosier (purple), Leger (red), River (blue) or Wheatsheaf (gold) House. For Years 7 to 10, their House is denoted be the coloured stripe on their blazer.

House Leadership

Each House is led by a member of staff who acts as Head of House, together with a House Captain from the Sixth Form and Vice Captains from Years 10 and 11. Other opportunities for student leadership are being developed.

The Director of the House System is Ben Daly.

House Head of House House Captains Vice Captains
Bridge (Green) Mr Dover Molly 13Ch and Anna 12Ma Thomas 11Bw, Khadija 10Dr and Joe 10Yo
Crosier (Purple) Miss McAdam Scarlett 13Ch and Grace 12Je Tilly 11Sn, Stanley 10Ah and Dorukhan 10Sq
Leger (Red) Mr Dominy Sophie 13Mh and Aaron 12Bt Jaden 11Gg, Brooke 11Fh and Zoe 11Pw
River (Blue) Mr Hall Bethan 13De and Lucy 12Je Elizabeth 11Fi, Diana 11Ci and Jacob 10Lc
Wheatsheaf (Gold) Miss Brown Jasmine 13Mx and Rhiannon 12Gd Anastasia 11Wn, Dylan 11Ci and Caitlin 11Fw

House Meetings and Charities

Regular House meetings are led by the House Captain and Vice Captains. All students are welcome to come along, share ideas and collaborate. The House meetings also give students the opprtunity to plan fundraising activities for their House charity.