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Quotes from the June 2017 Ofsted report- The Catholic ethos is central to school life || As a result, the work to develop pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural education is good || Pupils are well cared for || They know how to stay safe both inside and outside school || Behaviour both in lessons and about the school is good || Pupils treat each other and adults with respect,- Ofsted June 2017

Overview

  • The House system at Holy Family Catholic High School was re-launched in September 2017.
  • Every student and member of staff at Holy Family Catholic High School is a member of a ‘House’.
  • The Houses are made up of all students from years 7 to 11.
  • Each student and staff members is given a badge which shows the House that they will represent.

 

Purpose

  • The House system aims to create competition, promote good work and also a positive approach to school life.
  • Teamwork is encouraged so that the gifts and talents of all students in the Body of Christ can be celebrated.
  • The House system also provides opportunities for students to take on responsibilities and brings everyone in the school community together to celebrate positive achievements.

 

History of the Houses

  • The houses are named after local historic and religious figures who have contributed to the life and history of the local area and the Catholic church.
  • On entry to Holy Family Catholic High School each student is allocated to one of Four Houses and they remain in this house for the duration of their time at school.
  • You can find more information about our houses by click on the relevant icons below.
 beaumont family flat hinsley family flat  howard family flat  newman family flat 

 Beaumont

Hinsley

Howard

Newman