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House System

The Gosfield House Values

  • Kindness
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Community
  • Independence
  • Resilience
  • Integrity
  • Authenticity

All students belong to one of three houses:

Nevill House

“They shall not pass”

House Captains 2023 – 24 Sports Captains 2023 – 24
George Rust / Isaac Mennie (joint) Zhenya Vasylenko

Tudor House

“Self Second”

House Captains 2023 – 24 Sports Captains 2023 – 24
Daisy Twin Olivia Gibbens
Munashe Shonhiwa – Vice Flo Goss – Vice

Woodstock House

“Look Wide”

House Captains 2023 – 24 Sports Captains 2023 – 24
Lennon McKenzie George Tighe
Chloe Golden – Vice Mikey Clarke

Each house is led by a Head of House who is a member of staff, supported by a student House Captain and Vice House Captain. Within these Houses, students compete for the House Cup by gaining points awarded for effort, achievement and other general considerations. A Sports Captain is also appointed to coordinate sporting activities and inter House sporting challenges, supported by a Vice Sports Captain. There are House Assemblies each week where all year groups from Reception to Sixth Form come together. These assemblies are led by staff who are also allocated to Houses. This system leads to positive relationships and greater consideration from pupils in every year group throughout the School, and also provides a foundation for friendly competition.

Pupil Code Of Conduct

Guiding Principles

Our Code of Conduct at Gosfield School underpins our school values. Encouraging all pupils to develop confidence, self-esteem, a sense of identity, enabling them to reach their full potential.

  • Pupils are responsible for their own actions
  • Pupils show kindness and respect to the school and the wider community
  • Pupils are encouraged to be authentic, listening to others, respecting view and opinions
  • Pupils are expected to be punctual, prepared and ready to learn
  • Pupils wear their uniforms with pride
  • Pupils strive to be the best they can be in all they say and do

Praise Points: Pupils are awarded praise points as a reward for acts of kindness, resilience, community spirit and enterprise.  We also acknowledge success in academia and extra-curricular activities and notable effort.

Praise point totals are recorded weekly and put towards the House total. The House with the most praise points win the House Merit Cup. Praise Certificates are awarded throughout the year.


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