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House system

Butler, Hepworth, Mills, Moore

The college operates a four house system for all pastoral care of students. The Head of House coordinates the academic and pastoral work of the tutor group and the social activities of the House.

Throughout the year students compete in a variety of activities - sport (hockey, football, rugby, netball, swimming, cross country, athletics, basketball, cricket - the list goes on!), drama, music, chess, baking, university challenge - to win points for their house.  The tally is displayed on screens around the college and competition is always fierce.

Every two weeks each House holds their own assembly where House Colours may be awarded for service to the house.

The students of the college have real pride in their house and, in addition to trophies awarded during the year (autumn sports, spring sports, house drama, house music etc) the competition culminates with the awarding of the Sainsbury cup on the last day of the summer term.

Head girl and head boy

2017-18

Head girl: Libby Devare

Head boy: Matt Adams

Deputy head girl: Murrun Spencer

Deputy head boy: James Watson

James Watson, Libby Devare, Matt Adams, Murrun Spencer
James Watson, Libby Devare, Matt Adams, Murrun Spencer

Prefect Team 2017-18

Butler House:  Matt Adams, Pippa Beauchamp, Emma Boulter, Sarah-Jayne Byrne, Libby Devare, Henry Eaglesfield, Charlie Hannam, Alicia Harvey, Will McAllister, Ellie Muir & Lewis Tough

Hepworth House: James Biddlecombe, Archie Blackaby, Row Bonfield, Chloe Burke, Mason Cullum, Chris Green, Abby Mullord, Mat Spicer, Sam Walford, James Watson

Mills House: Lydia Bishop, Josh Bradfield, Lizzy Cooney, Joe Ganellin, Jonathon Lankester, Izzy Mitcham, Mae Norman, James Parkins & Murrun Spencer

Moore House: Carly Bays, Harry Dookeran, Owen Groves, Trinny Kerr, Cat New, Ben Spriggs, Pippa Wisdom & Matt Yates

The college's work to promote students' personal development and welfare is outstanding. Students thrive in an environment where they feel safe, cared for and valued.

Ofsted, November 2015