There are four Houses - Austen (red), Bronte (blue), Du Pre (green) and Wollstonecraft (yellow) and each girl is allocated to a House as she joins the School. The Houses are led by Year 10,11 and 12 House Leaders and there are House meetings arranged during assembly times throughout the year.
There are sports competitions arranged during the year and the winners gain House Points. There are other competitions as well including the House Dance and Drama where everyone gets involved.
Jane Austen's connections with Bath have endured, as have her novels, two of which were set in and around the City - Northanger Abbey and Sense and Sensibility. Jane Austen was a pioneer of her time and is one of the world’s most well-read authors.
Named after the family of authors, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë, their passionate novels including Jane Eyre (by Charlotte) and Wuthering Heights (by Emily), continue to inspire a love of literature.
Named after the 18th Century feminist writer, Mary Wollstonecraft. She was the first person to argue that women were not inferior to men and that it was just lack of education that made them seem so. She was the mother of Mary Shelley who wrote Frankenstein.
Determined, passionate and inspirational, the famous Cellist, Jacqueline Du Pré battled with Multiple Sclerosis, but is thought to be one of the best cellists to have ever lived.
Your daughter will be able to earn house points for effort, as well as achievement and exceptional behaviour. A member of staff may give her a merit sticker for a particularly good piece of work or for being helpful in some way. These merits count as a House Point for her House and will be added up electronically. If your daughter produces an outstanding piece of work or achieve something particularly impressive, she will be given a Head of Year Commendation (3 House points) or a Head’s Commendation (5 House points), and a card of commendation will be sent to you.