Members of the House are expected always to do their best, to give new things a try rather than reject them out of hand, to make the most of their time in the school by responding to opportunities on offer, and to contribute to the well-being of others and to the good reputation of the House.
- To create a safe, welcoming environment which allows the pupils’ educational, emotional, physical and social needs to be met.
- To create a climate in which the considerations of others is evident in the good behaviour and politeness of its members.
- To encourage a high level of participation and co-operation in the daily life of the House.
- To provide a clear and reasonable structure of rules which will be enforced consistently by the House Authority.
- All pupils have the right to be treated as individuals, their views and privacy are to be respected, and their varied talents to be encouraged.