Congratulations to our House Captains 2022-23!
Lead Senior House Captain for Robert May’s School - Evie (Jubilee)
CASTLE HOUSE CAPTAINS (Not in photo order): Morgan, Freddie, Codie, Josh, Ivan, Lily, Dyllan, Izzy, Ella and Anna
CHINOOK HOUSE CAPTAINS (Not in photo order): Leon, Joe, Danielle, Nina, Freya, Savannah, Amy, Kieran and Ollie
CROWN HOUSE CAPTAINS (Not in photo order): Josh, Alyssia, Charlie, Heidi, Ollie, James, Millie, Kai and Bruno
JUBILEE HOUSE CAPTAINS (Not in photo order): Khaya, Bree, Alex, Freddie, Mataya, Luke, George, Oliver and Romy
ROSE HOUSE CAPTAINS (Not in photo order): James, Jonny, Ethan, Maia, Mia, Nathan, Poppy, Jacob and Mark
News and Updates!
September 2022: House Captains Announced!
This leadership role will allow students to take command of their House and ensure they have a competitive team for any event that we run throughout the year, as well as overseeing the charity that each House will be supporting (more on this later). Students were given a presentation on the role and each tutor group was involved in selecting their representative.
Their first task is to work with their tutor over the coming weeks to choose the best 2 logo designs in their form to take forward for final selection. This will mean that each House will have 20 final designs and it will be up to the House Captains to select three which will then be put forward to a student vote.
This is a chance for all students to leave a lasting imprint on the School as this will set the legacy for each House!
I would like to thank Matt Pascoe, Director for Kit & Bone (https://www.kitandbone.com/), who has generously offered his services to make digital versions of each logo. I am also looking at opportunities to have House flags produced where the winning House will have their flag on show during House events.
Events this half term include selecting a charity for each House, designing a strapline for their House values and our first points scoring event involving sport. We have library, music, debating and drama events that will take place later this year and I will keep you updated on scores as things progress this term. You will see the achievement points are also added in the House competition and weekly score updates will be given in terms of achievement points. For every event the scoring will be as follows:
- Winners 150 points
- 2nd place 120 points
- 3rd place 100 points
- 4th place 90 points
- 5th place 85 points
I look forward to seeing if anyone can take the ‘Crown’ (pardon the pun) from Chinook this year. Good luck to all the Houses. Watch this space!
Mr L Mason, Assistant Headteacher