The House System is designed to embody the values and ethos of the school and is an integral part of our school community.
Each pupil is placed in a House when they join the school; the three Houses are Senesh (Red), Levine (Blue) and Einstein (Green). Each House has a Head of House and this is a member of the teaching staff with two House Captains selected from 6th form students.
House points will be awarded throughout the year for competitions for all year groups. Students compete in a variety of activities including sports, dance, debating, drama, music, public speaking, charity, fund-raising and, above all, as recognition of effort and achievement for academic work.
Any examples of “public spirit,” care for the environment, helpfulness to members of staff and assisting with extra – curricular activities also attract the reward of “achievement” which translates into house points.
Our objective is to give every pupil in each house a sense of belonging. This includes having positive role models from within their peer group, a sense of achievement outside the classroom, fun and excitement through competition, leadership, individual and collective responsibility, the development of communication skills, flexibility and resilience.