Houses

    On joining St C’s, each girl is designated a House that they will become a part of for their time at the school. Pupils are divided into four vertically grouped houses; so that girls from all year groups work together on shared achievements, raising money for charity, and earning merits for work and conduct. School council chose female role models from different fields as names for each house:

    Bronte   North   Nightingale   Pankhurst

    House meetings often include time to focus on key themes, such as happiness, kindness and wellbeing. The girls work together on mini projects and pupil-led discussions that offer them a voice in how they want their school to be, empowering them to drive forward any changes that they would like to see.