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House System

The Academy is organised around five Houses with every student and member of Academy staff belonging to a House.

Each House has its own Superstudio space and its own canteen area. Additionally, every space in the Academy belongs to a household, and the members of that household are responsible for 'hosting' those facilities for the rest of the Academy community.  

A student belongs to the same household for the duration of their time at the Academy enabling them to build a strong House identity and to be provided with academic and pastoral support from those that know them best; their tutors, Learning Sets and Heads of House. Inter-House competitions form an important element of Academy life, with students competing to score the highest in Accelerated Reader, to achieve the most House Points and to achieve victory in our annual Sports Day.

Each House is lead by a Head of House.  In all matters concerning a students overall well-being at the Academy, the tutor and the Head of House are a parent's first port of call.