Assembly and Houses System
An assembly is when the school community, or a part of it, meets together to share aspects of life that are of worth. It acts as a medium for communicating matters of significance from one generation to another. An Assembly is a very important aspect of our school’s curriculum. It nurtures a positive school ethos that stresses care for the self, others and the pursuit of all forms of excellence. It powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence as well.
The house system is an important part of life in a British school. Students of all ages work together for the good of their House team in a range of fun activities, including sports. All the pupils of the school belong to one of the four houses: Rolling, Dahl, Bronte and Shakespeare.
Children gain House Points for good behaviour, excellent work, friendships and consideration, gaining certificates for different amounts of points through the year.