House System 2018-09-10T10:41:29+00:00

“Pupils’ personal development and well-being are outstanding. Pupils behave very well and have positive attitudes to their learning. Rates of exclusion are low.” Ofsted May 2018

What is the House System?

September 2007 saw the introduction of a new, exciting system of pastoral and academic care in six, carefully-constructed vertical houses rather than the year-based system that is run by many schools. The six houses are all named after famous creative and successful people from history whose stories we hope inspire our students. The houses are: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Marie Curie, Leonardo Da Vinci, Emmeline Pankhurst, Mary Seacole and William Shakespeare.

Competition Points and House Points

Below you will see your House Points and who is winning with the most points!

Competition Points and House Points

Below you will see your House Points and who is winning with the most points!

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BRUNEL- COMPETITION POINTS
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BRUNEL – HOUSE POINTS
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CURIE – COMPETITION POINTS
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CURIE- HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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DA VINCI – COMPETITION POINTS
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DA VINCI – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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PANKHURST – COMPETITION POINTS
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PANKHURST – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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SEACOLE – COMPETITION POINTS
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SEACOLE – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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SHAKESPEARE – COMPETITION POINTS
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SHAKESPEARE – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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BRUNEL- COMPETITION POINTS
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BRUNEL – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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CURIE – COMPETITION POINTS
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CURIE- HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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DA VINCI – COMPETITION POINTS
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DA VINCI – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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PANKHURST – COMPETITION POINTS
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PANKHURST – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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SEACOLE – COMPETITION POINTS
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SEACOLE – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE
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SHAKESPEARE – COMPETITION POINTS
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SHAKESPEARE – HOUSE POINTS
VISIT OUR HOUSE