Each house has an inspirational 'figurehead' for their house from the world of the Arts, Science, Sport and Environment
Named after Sir Stephen Hawking! With an enormous zest for life, great humour, and tremendous determination, Hawking took great delight in his commonly perceived role as “the No 1 celebrity scientist” He was extremely highly regarded for his understanding of the physics and the geometry of the universe.
Named after Sir David Attenborough. Sir David Attenborough has written a succession of award-winning television programmes on anthropology and natural history, on animals and the planet. He deals heavily with environmental issues such as global warming.
Named after Sir Lewis Hamilton. Currently competing in Formula One for Mercedes, Sir Lewis Hamilton has been credited with furthering Formula One's global following by appealing to a broader audience outside the sport, in part due to his high-profile environmental and social activism.
Named after Dame Judi Dench. Dame Judi Dench is an English actress. Regarded as one of the best actresses in British history, she has had roles ranging from the James Bond films to Shakespearean dramas. She has been named Britain's best actor on multiple occasions.
Dojo points are awarded to children for demonstrating the school values:
Excellence, Pride, Empathy, Resilience, Happiness and Creativity
Each term, the values cup will be awarded to the house who have collected the most Dojo points.
For totals by year group please click on your class pages.