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School House

School House – Semper ad coelestia (Always unto the heavens)

School House is a Girls’ house, located in the Main Building, which gives our pupils plenty of space in a relaxed environment.

Housemistress Paula Parkinson says:

“The short stroll to School House is ideal for clearing the head - bizarrely though, success seems to bridge the gap and come over with us!”

"A great sense of belonging, loads of support from girls across all years when doing house events.

Staff at School House 

Housemistress

Mrs Paula Parkinson (Head of ML, French)

Assistant Housemaster

Mr Andrew Axelby (History)

Tutors Mrs Emma Scoular (Food & Nutrition)
  Ms Andrea Varney (Biology)
  Nathalie Paish-Plunkett (Learning Support)
Sixth Form Tutors Miss Sarah Dalby (Head of Science)

Housekeeper

Mrs. Suzanne Furniss

History 

School House, originally a boys’ boarding house, was re-opened in 2007 as the girls’ Day House. The House crest is the original School House crest, comprising the four crests of the other houses that were in existence when School House was originally founded in 1930.