WHAT IS A HOUSE SYSTEM?
Our house system is a way of organising the school into four
equal parts – each one made up of equal numbers of each year
group. This creates smaller “family” units.
What are the names of the houses?
Our houses are named after four of the
five Oceans of the world: Antarctic, Atlantic, Indian and
What the pupils get from the house system?
As a result of the house system, children
of the school
• More involved in extra-curricular activities.
• The chance to be mentored and to mentor others.
• Increased aspirations through academic competition.
• Increased involvement in sport.
• Quality pastoral care in a family atmosphere.
• A distinct set of values and characteristics from
their house which will help them
to form strong
A stronger voice in decision-making across the
Who coordinates the house system?
All members of staff are involved. Every
teacher employed by the
school belongs to one of the houses and contributes something to
the life of the house.
From the students, The Head Girl and The Head Boy monitor
and coordinate all the events.
The Captains and Vice Captains take a full control of their
respective Houses and help in developing a healthy competition.
What is the reward system?
The houses compete among
themselves in various events in the school. Winners get medal or
trophy depending on the event participated. Some mega event
winners are awarded cups.
All the houses are assessed round the year, the house with
maximum number of points at the end of the year is declared as