Aims for the students:
The House System has the potential to promote high expectations, create community cohesion and develop the personal well-being of students at CoLA Highbury Grove.
It allows students:
In addition it also allows students to develop:
Without the first two, the other six cannot be achieved. Belonging to a House, with older students as ‘Heroes’ has a positive effect on students in the lower years. They begin to believe that they can be a Sixth Former.
Opportunities arise to:
There are 4 Houses which students are placed in:
We promote healthy competition that embodies great respect and a wide range of activities take place across the year.
Some of these are:
The House with most points will win the school trophy at the end of March. There will also be a trophy for the House that wins Sports Day. Individual students will also be recognised for winning the most House Points.
Staff Heads of House:
Staff House Leaders:
They are ably assisted by student leaders in Year 11 and Year 13 who introduce and run assemblies. They also help organize and run house events as well as perform administrative tasks related to running events and ensuring that a good team spirit exists within their House.
Student House Leaders:
Each tutor group has a House Representative who assists with passing on House information and ensuring that the House is well represented at House events. Suggestions that are made are conveyed this way as part of our democratic Student structures.
City of London Academy Highbury Grove
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