When joining St. Paul’s, each child also becomes a member of one of our four house groups.
Belonging to a house encourages team spirit with everyone working together and the older children supporting the younger ones. It develops a greater sense of identity and belonging to our school community as our children remain in these houses from Reception to Year 6. Children across the Key Stages work hard to gain house points for good work and good behaviour. They also have sporting competitions between the house groups.
Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers
Mrs Ball, Mrs Ingram Miss Concannon Mrs Minchin Mrs Barton
Mrs Sharpling Mrs Craddock Mr Cadney Mr Doyle
Mrs Sharpling Mrs Mantle
House Captains House Captains House Captains House Captains
Leila and Cory Delicia and Kayden Seb and Kaci Tino and Chase
Every second week, the children meet in their house groups for special assemblies, which are sometimes lead by the older children. They offer prayers together, discussion time and an opportunity to learn about other faiths and cultures, national events and British Values.