This the home page of East House.

East House is based in A block, with teachers from the Humanities and Arts Department

As the Head of East House, I am determined that every student is able to reach their full potential. We work together as a community, but every student is an individual, who are valued for their own contribution.

Mrs S Gerrard Head of East House

Who's who in East House?

Head of East House: Mrs S Gerrard

Deputy Head of East House: Mrs S Evans

House Captains:

Tutor Group Tutor Room Form Captain


Mr Gold/Miss Holt

Miss Matten



Mr John-Rose

Mr Rowe



Mrs Bell

Mrs Packman/Mrs Schofield



Ms Butler/Mr Brixton

Miss Thornicroft



Mrs Evans/Mrs Cozens

Mrs Park-Barnard



Miss Akrivipoulou

Mr Light

Mrs S Gerrard, Head of East House


For 2020-21, East's chosen charity is Launchpad, a charity supporting homelessness in Reading
Launchpad Reading

Autumn Term House Awards

Head of House Student of the Term

  • Tierney Smithurst – Tierney is a great asset to East House, she is hardworking, polite and cheerful and always does her very best!

Form Tutor Awards:

  • Qasim Hussain – Excellent attendance, punctuality and for being a
    good role model.
  • Olivia Parmenter – Polite and extremely proactive in all activities during tutor time and for her role with School Services when supporting a year 9 tutor group.
  • Ella Stokes – Great attitude to tutor time, always focused and mature
    about the topics, with valid and thoughtful contributions.
  • Leah Furnivall – Always positive attitude towards learning. Mature and
    proper behaviour. She always takes part and contributes to class discussions.
  • Abbie Curtis – Excellent attendance, punctuality, uniform, being polite and
    working hard in PSHE.
  • Corey Humphrey – Positive attitude towards tutor time and school generally. Respectful and polite
  • Cullen Perrin – A very polite and positive member of the tutor group who
    always gets things right. He also has a high number of house points for which he deserves recognition. Well done!
  • Stefan Nemerenco – Great attitude, really taken on the role of student
    representative responsibility.
  • Humaira Arub – Kind, compassionate and always tries her best.
  • Brianna Garraway – 100% attendance and punctuality; perfect uniform;  always ready to learn.
  • Sarah Little – Friendly and personable student. Positive and an excellent
    role model to others.
  • L’Shae Perkins – Polite, helpful, positive and kind student with an excellent
    attitude. An excellent role model for the tutor group.

Sports Challenges

Autumn Term 2019

Year 7

  • Boys Football: 1st
  • Benchball: 3rd
  • Dodgeball: 1st
  • Table Tennis: 2nd

Year 8

  • Boys Football; 4th
  • Bench Ball: 3rd
  • Dodgeball: 2nd

Year 9

  • Boys Football: 3rd
  • BasketBall: 2nd
  • Benchball: 4th
  • Table Tennis: 3rd
  • MultiSports: 3rd

Year 10

  • Rugby: 1st
  • Boys Football: 1st
  • Benchball: 2nd
  • Girls Football: 2nd
  • Table Tennis: 2nd

Year 11

  • Boys Football: 1st
  • MultiSports: 2nd
  • Benchball: 1st

House Points

In addition to the House and Sports Challenges, you can earn House Points on a daily basis, as listed in the Rewards Ladder. House Points contribute towards your House Total. This will be added up on a weekly basis, and the House in the lead each Friday will have their flag flying at the front of school the following week.

At the end of the year in July, all the House Points will be totalled, and one House will be awarded the Prospect Challenge Cup and have the honour of being the reigning House Champions for the next academic year!

You will also be awarded extra House Points for good attendance – everyone with 100% at the end of each half term will be given bonus house points equivalent to the number of days in that half term.

There will also be individual awards to those students with the highest House Points:

  • Each month, the students with the highest house points accumulated that month will be invited to breakfast with Mr Littlemore – bacon rolls, Danish pastries, hot chocolate and tea!
  • Congratulations postcards and certificates sent home to mark your success
  • Contributions to your Prospect Savings Account (opened with Berkshire Credit Union)
  • The opportunity to earn lunch queue passes, GOOSE Days (Get Out Of School Early), access to the Sixth Form Common Room (Year 11 only), special awards badges and other spot prizes
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • End of Year Reward trips
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