Sir David Attenborough
We have chosen Sir David Attenborough to be the name of a house at our school because he has educated millions about the natural world. He was brave and explored new environments, discovering new species and life along the way. His work has made a difference to our Earth and the way we live our lives Sir David Attenborough is an inspiration and he made our world a better place. Led by Mrs Marsh Year 6 Captain Year 5 Vice Captain More information coming soon…
We have chosen Malala Yousafzai to be the name of a house at our school because she stood up for what she believed in. She was brave and her foundation and her work have made a huge difference to the lives of millions of girls around the world. Malala Yousafzai is an inspiration and she made our world a better place. Led by Mrs Williams Year 6 Captain Year 5 Vice Captain February 2024: The Great Spelling Bee Competition Well done to Nimah in Year 4 who came first in the Lower Key stage 2 round winning 500 house points for Malala House! Michal (Y5) came 3rd in the Upper Key Stage 2 round and Teddy (y2) came 3rd in the Key Stage 1 round - all eariing lots of house points for yellow house - well done everyone! December 2023: Design a star competition! We asked children in school to get involved in designing and making a Christmas star to help us dec orate our entrance hall! Everyone got a Christmas selection box for having a go but the winning design was by Hunney in Y6! Here we are judging some of the entries….
We have chosen Sir Elton John to be the name of a house at our school because he is the most successful male solo artist of all time and he stood up for what he believed in. He was brave and his foundation made a huge difference to the lives of millions of people; changing the way people thought about the disease AIDS. Elton John is an inspiration and he made our world a better place. Led by Mrs Leach Year 6 Captain Year 5 Vice Captain More information coming soon…
We have chosen Rosa Parks to be the name of a house at our school because she stood up for what she believed in – she stood up for fairness, equality and respect. She was brave and inspired others to be brave and follow their hearts. She changed the rules for the better and changed life for millions of black people. Led by Mrs Hopson Year 6 Captain Year 5 Vice Captain Rosa Parks design-a-t-shirt competition 2024
Our House Leaders, Captains and Vice Captains
When children join our school, they chose a house name out of the sorting bag and that becomes their house for as long as they are with us.
The children are very passionate about their house and strive to be the champions of the term. They can do this by earning points for their house. House points are posted into tubes in the classroom which are emptied into the school tubes on Friday. Children can earn house points for lots of reasons: good work, following the school charter, being a good friend and of course displaying the values in our school word of PRIDE in their behaviours.