House Leader and House Structure
Gold House Leader – Goodness, Godliness and Gifts
Ruby House Leader – Resilience, recognition and relationships
Emerald House Leader – Empathy, Edification and Empowerment
Amethyst House Leader – Aspirations, Advocacy and Attitude
Turquoise House Leader – Transforming lives, Tenacity and Teamwork
- 5 Core Values of Generosity, Respect, Justice, Forgiveness and Truth are central to the House system.
- Each Core Value is not attached to a specific House.
- All House Leaders have responsibility for embedding the 5 core values into their House Leader roles, responsibilities and activities.
- House Assemblies continue, but are led by House Leaders in a way that all 5 core values are promoted.
- Students do not focus solely on one core value in House assemblies and activities but are asked to reflect on all 5 core values.
- Each House Leader is therefore required to consider how their role promotes and reinforces all 5 core values.
- Each House Leader will have responsibility for 3 different strands of students personal development that are linked directly to character education, PSHE, social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.
- Students participate in activities where appropriate in House groups to promote healthy competition between Houses.