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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

Trotts Hill Houses

Trotts Hill Houses 2021-2022

Our Trotts Hill Houses promote responsibility, good learning, team work and competition. Every child from Nursery to Year 6, and every adult who works in the school, is placed in one of our four Houses. Each House takes it name after an inspirational person, who has achieved something outstanding in their lifetime.


Children can earn House points for displaying excellent learning behaviours and showing positive manners around the school.


Each term the House Captains will collate each class’ House Points and a winning House will be announced in assembly.



Head of House: Mrs Jordan
House Captains: Joshua and Katie 



Head of House: Mrs Flack
House Captains: Charlie and Candalyn 



Head of House: Mrs Chumbley
House Captains: Penny and Brighton



Head of House: Miss Ruddock
House Captains: Jaydon and Lily 

Autumn Term 21


The House captains have been busy supporting our school this term. On September 22nd the House Captains attended the Reception welcome meeting during and after school. They shared with our new parents the house system in our school and how children can gain house points by following our school rules and showing our learning behaviours. The House Captains spoke about our school with great pride and received positive feedback. 


Hello Yellow 


On Friday 8th October the House Captains led two assemblies for "Hello Yellow" to show that we are not alone with mental health. We talked about how we are all special, wonderful and unique and ways to stay mentally  healthy. 




House Captains 2021

Summer Term House Winners 2021


 It has been fantastic this term to see so many children earning house points for following our school rules, showing high standards of behaviour, learning and achievement. Congratulations to Rowling our house winners this term!  All children in Rowling house will have a non-uniform day to celebrate this achievement. They can wear something with their house colour (purple) should they wish. The non-uniform day will take place on Monday 19th July.

1st place Rowling: 1258 points

2nd place: Picasso 1196 points

3rd place: Farrah 1129 points

4th place: Hawking 1050 points

Thank you to our house captains; Freya, Will, Aroosa, Alfie, Poppy, Hayden, Sienna and Carlo who have led their houses remotely and so successfully this year.

Congratulation to our new house captains:   Joshua, Katy, Brighton, Penny, Jaydon, Lily, Charlie  and Candalyn. I know they will continue the good work.

Spring term 2021 House Winners 


It has been fantastic to see so many children earning house points for following our school rules and showing high standards of behaviour, learning and achievement.

Congratulations to Rowling who are our house winners for the spring term, they will have a non- uniform day on Friday April 23rd and can wear house colors of purple should they wish.


1st place Rowling 288 points

2nd place Hawking 232 points

3rd place Farrah 222 points

4th place Picasso 188 points


Autumn term 2020 House Winners 

Congratulations to our house winners Farah!


1st place Farah- 863

2nd place - Picasso 797

3rd place - Rowling 788

4th place Hawking- 705 


Round the World House Day November 2021


Our House Captains led a  ‘Round the World Day’. 

During the week beginning Monday 23rd November all classes took part in a ‘Round the World’ day.  Each class learnt about  a country and during their day they investigated and explored the country.   This enabled children to further develop their understanding of the world alongside developing their geographical knowledge and skills. Classes visited countries including: Brazil, Poland, Zimbabwe and India and dressed up in the colors of the flags.  The children used atlases, Google Earth, photos and video clips to explore and learn more about their country. Thank you to the House Captains who will lead virtual assemblies for children to share their learning with each other. 


The House Captains held their first virtual assembly this week, introducing themselves to their house teams. The Captains told their teams about themselves and offered words of encouragement, reminding children to follow the school rules and values, and shared ways in which they can earn house points. At the moment team Rowling are in the lead by 7 points but that can change at any time. Well done to all of the children who have earned house points this year so far!

Dream Big House Event- Wednesday 6th November


On Wednesday 6th November the House Captain led a "Dream Big" house event. They introduced the event with a powerpoint about people who inspire them. Each house talked and learnt about aspirations and hopes and dreams for the future. They made  dream catchers, dream jars, dream mobiles and leaves to hang on the aspiration tree. The children worked together, supporting and helping each other, showing the Trotts Hill learning behaviours. The houses then came back together and shared their hopes and dream for the future. The career aspirations for our pupils reached far and wide. Some aspirations for future jobs were:

Sophie- Hairdresser, Freya- Paleontologist, George- Rugby Player, Scout- Police, Grace- Journalist, JB- Accountant or Gamer.

During the year we hope to invite visitors to our school to inspire children and expose them to various different professions. 



Dream Big- "I can and I will"

An informative visit from a local midwife

 Thank you to Mrs Altringham for coming to talk to the children about her job as a midwife during assembly today. Mrs Altringham has been a nurse and then a midwife for 40 years and has delivered thousands of babies. We learnt that to work in the medical profession you need to be caring, respectful, patient and hard working.

Visitors to Trotts Hill to inspire us to "Dream Big"

As part of our dream big project people from different professions have visited our school. So far we have learnt about being an athlete, a police office, a scientist, and a lawyer. We have learnt that it is important to work hard at school, read widely and to use a computer. In order to be successful you need to persevere, be determined and resilient, which are some of our Trotts Hill learning behaviours.