Houses

Our House system is integral to school life at RLS providing opportunities to learn in a variety of settings. This not only provides opportunities for more students to participate in competitions, but also provides opportunities that require students across all year groups to be innovative and work collaboratively. The planning and preparation required for these events lead to a real sense of belonging within the House and is very tangible in all of the performances. Whilst providing opportunities to develop students’ resilience, the leadership of the older students demonstrate a great deal of care and support for all members of their House. 

House Captains

Barton: Shanaaya Mayekar and Lewis Mulholland
Denton: Louisa Mukherjee and Rohan Vinhood
Newton: Yeshwanth Patil and Oscar Regan
Ruding: Matthew Jones and Elsie Cobb
Stratton: Grace Coney and Holly Hayward
Verney: Alice Gabriel and Molly Gribben

Barton

House Champion:
 Mr Woodward

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

Denton

House Champion:
Rev Harrison-Potts

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

Newton

House Champion:
Mr Dalzell

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

Ruding

House Champion:
Mr Coleman

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

Stratton

House Champion:
Mr Jenkins

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

Verney

House Champion:
Mr Stevens

Further information to come following research carried out by the Student Journalist Team.

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Houses

Our House system is integral to school life at RLS providing opportunities to learn in a variety of settings. This not only provides opportunities for more students to participate in competitions, but also provides opportunities that require students across all year groups to be innovative and work collaboratively. The planning and preparation required for these events lead to a real sense of belonging within the House and is very tangible in all of the performances. Whilst providing opportunities to develop students’ resilience, the leadership of the older students demonstrate a great deal of care and support for all members of their House. 

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