House and Vice Captains
Our houses are named after specially chosen British athletes to encourage our school community to embrace racial and gender inclusivity and equality. Pupils in Year 6 are nominated as House and Vice Captains and these roles carry responsibilities such as collecting house points and helping to run sports day. Children throughout the school are awarded house points for showing good learning behaviour, being kind, respectful and responsible.
Dina Asher-Smith is best known as a record-setting English sprinter. She is the fastest British woman in history and currently holds British records in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.
Lucy Bronze is arguably the best right-back in women's football and has been one of England's most consistent performers in recent years. She has won every domestic honour in English Women's football.
Adam Peaty is a British swimmer, won four gold medals at the LEN European Aquatics Championships and three gold medals at the Commonwealth Games. We are rooting for him in the Olympic Games this year.
TV presenter and wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan was born in Lagos in Nigeria where, as a child, he lost the use of his left leg after contracting polio. At the age of three, Adepitan and his mother moved to the United Kingdom to join his father in East London.
Adepitan was a member of Team GB that won bronze at the 2004 Summer Paralympics and gold at the 2005 Paralympic World Cup.
He moved from sports player to commentator during the London 2012 Paralympic Games, when he became one of the main presenters for Channel 4. He also co-presented That Paralympic Show with Rick Edwards and became a passionate advocate for disability sport.
Our House Captain and Vice Captain for Dina Asher-Smith House are Imogen and Leyton
Our House Captain and Vice Captain for Lucy Bronze House are William and Harry
Our House Captain and Vice Captain for Adam Peaty House are Beth and Maeve
Our House Captain and Vice Captain for Ade Adepitan House are Ellie and Tommy.