This the home page of West House.

West House is based in F block, with teachers from the MFL, PE and Health and Social Care Departments.

West are the Best - as Head of West House I truly believe that I have the best group of students. I am really proud of how well we have come together as a House and I am never happier than when I see West students getting it right!

Ms A Smith Head of West House

Who's who in West House?

Head of West House: Ms A Smith

Deputy Head of West House: Miss S Jelley

House Captains:

Tutor Group Tutor Room Form Captain
6WA

6WB

Miss Blake

Mr Asam

11M2

11M3

Mrs Jewell

Mrs Savidge

10WA

10WB

Mrs Bosley/Mrs Green

Mr Radnedge

9WA

9WB

Mrs Heidary

Mr Dorliac

8WA

8WB

Mr MacDonald

Miss Jelley

7WA

7WA

Miss Mudge

Miss Daborn

Charity

For 2020-21, West's chosen charity is Berkshire Women's Aid, which campaigns and provides support to those experiencing domestic abuse and it's after effects
Berkshire Women's Aid

House Awards Autumn Term

Head of House Student of the Term

  • Maizie Townsend – Continuing to perform extremely well in all lessons,
    gaining the highest number of achievement points in the house and having an incredibly determined approach to school life in general.

Form Tutor Awards:

  • Lily Herring – A fantastic student around the whole school, she is always
    willing to help with school events and also by mentoring younger pupils. Her positive attitude and commitment to her studies is always phenomenal.
  • Mario Shehu – Huge improvement across all areas of school life, mature and
    committed to his studies. He has 97 House points and 97% attendance – excellent.
  • Jamil Al-Balushi Jamil – is a perfect role model for the rest of the tutor group. He is always on time, well mannered, polite and extremely respectful.
  • Angel James-Roberts – Developing in to a very committed student with a very positive approach towards school and her future goals.
  • Sahil Anwar – Polite, respectful and a pleasure to teach.
  • Eve Hoskin – Working extremely hard in all lessons and showing determination, dedication towards all aspects of her school life.
  • Swathi Mangavalli – Brilliant student who deserves recognition for all she has achieved this term. She hasn’t got any negative points and has gained 176 House points this term.
  • Ashlee Turner – Lovely member of the tutor group. Excellent attendance, punctuality and always has equipment. Very helpful and good sense of  humour!
  • Archie Downey – A lovely student with excellent manners.
  • Jade Thorner – All-round fantastic student. Jade is always friendly, polite,
    organised, diligent, on-task and is a perfect student. A great role-model!

Sports Challenges

Autumn Term 2019

Year 7

  • Boys Football: 2nd
  • Benchball: 1st
  • Dodgeball: 4th
  • Table Tennis: 1st

Year 8

  • Boys Football: 1st
  • Bench Ball: 2nd
  • Dodgeball: 2nd

Year 9

  • Boys Football: 4th
  • BasketBall: 1st
  • Benchball: 1st
  • Table Tennis: 4th
  • MultiSports: 3rd

Year 10

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

Year 11

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

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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