From Reception to Year 6 every child is part of a school house team. We often use the house teams when grouping children for different activities and for sporting competitions.
The role of House Captain is one of privilege, pride and responsibility. They are more than just a title and badge and require dedication and commitment for an entire year. The children take part in active citizenship, whereby they lead a series of events throughout the school.
House Captains are elected by the children in their house after giving a speech about what they can offer their house. All children in Years R-6 vote for their House Captains. There is a boy and girl House Captain.
House Captains 2020-21
Ashridge: Charlotte and Noah
Hi, we’re the new House Captains for Ashridge. As House Captains we would like you to earn as many house points as you can by always following the school rules – be ready, be kind and be safe. Always help your teachers. We are very kind and will encourage you all the time, we will always be here for you when you need us.
In a few months we (your House Captains for Ashridge) will be holding the Winner’s Cup for Sports Day. Thanks for voting for us, we really appreciate it.
Frithsden: Sonny and Maisy
Hello, we are Frithsden’s new House Captains. As House Captains we would like you to follow the school rules – be ready, be safe, be kind. By doing these things you will get plenty of house points and we will get extra breaks!
Gaddesden: Josh and Lola
Hello, we are here to represent Gaddesden House as your House Captains. Our goal is to earn as many house points as possible so we should always follow the 3 B’s – be ready, be safe and be kind. We need to be compassionate towards each other and to the adults. We would like to see good sportsmanship when playing sports and everyone being friendly. Make sure to have fun when learning, keep a growth mindset on your work and try your best.
Nettleden: Matti and Samuel
We would like to introduce ourselves - Matti and Samuel, the new Nettleden House Captains. We would like you to work hard to get as many house points as you can. Thank you for voting for us and we are delighted to be representing Nettleden House. Have fun, stick to the rules, be safe, be ready and be kind.
'VIRTUAL' House Day 2020
Friday 1st May was our 1st Potten End 'virtual' House Day. Children, families and staff from across our school community took on a number of challenges from home to earn house points for their team.
'It was an amazing way for our school community to come together.'
'The children have loved being part of a challenge and it almost felt as though they were back in school again- thank you.'
ASHRIDGE, NETTLEDEN, GADDESDEN, FRITHSDEN
Read more about our House Day in the following article on the Diocese of St Albans Schools page:
House points for Autumn 1
Virtual House Day 2020 OVERALL RESULTS:
In total, as a whole school combined effort, we built a tower which would stand at 230.68m! We travelled 601.01 km and we completed 18, 673 star jumps!
Reception built the tallest tower! (36.89 m)
Year 5 travelled the furthest distance (110.57 km) and Year 6 were a close 2nd (105.91 km)
Year 2 completed the highest number of star jumps! (3099)Potten End, you are ALL amazing!!