House points can be a great way to motivate students to work hard and strive for excellence. It allows them to feel a sense of accomplishment, as well as promoting a sense of community and healthy competition. By using house points to reward and motivate students, schools can create a positive learning environment and foster a spirit of collaboration and teamwork.

House points are awarded to students for a variety of activities, such as completing classwork, being kind and helpful, showing good manners or demonstrating exemplary behaviour. Points are allocated to students and kept track of by our school House Captains, we have a weekly assembly to celebrate our weekly winners and at the end of the year, the house with the most points is declared the overall winner.

The rewards for the winning house can vary, but typically include a celebration or special

Our House teams are:

Celebrating excellence in school is an important part of our school experience. It helps to foster a sense of pride among staff and students, and it serves to recognize the hard work and dedication of both.

This recognition comes in the form of special sashes that represent the student’s allocated house colour. Every child and staff member wears their sash in our celebration assemblies each week. Students can gain badges for excellence and various additional responsibilities, the badges are then added to their sash.

The decorated sashes have become a symbol of pride and accomplishment for those who have earned them. Wearing the sashes conveys to the entire school community that these students have achieved something special, or have a special role within our school. In addition, the sashes also serve to motivate and inspire other students to strive for excellence. It provides an incentive for everyone to work hard and strive for excellence in their own pursuits.