At the heart of our School community lies the house system. Pupils gain a sense of belonging and identity through their membership of one of our four houses: Roper, Chaucer, Becket and Marlowe.
They develop strong relationships with their house staff and this forms the basis of our outstanding pastoral care. Individuality is recognised and celebrated.
We aim to provide opportunities for leadership and personal development, and ensure that we listen and respond to the needs of our pupils. Junior pupils take on a Seniorship role in Form 8 and the Student Council represents the views of all of our pupils.
Above all, we aim to be a happy, fulfilled and supportive community, where our pupils have a voice and are able to benefit from the expertise of our experienced staff. This enables effective learning, with staffing take pride in nurturing pupils on both an academic and personal level.