- House System
Every pupil and staff member at The Beaulieu Park School is assigned a House. The House system is a long standing UK school tradition that creates competition, promotes good work and behaviour, encourages teamwork, provides opportunities to take on responsibilities and brings everyone in the school together.
The Beaulieu Park School has the very highest aspirations for all of its students. Relentlessly fostering the value of learning and scholarship is at the heart of everything we do. Our belief in our students and the belief they have in themselves is uncompromising. Whatever their background, all of our students believe that a place at University is achievable for them. Some students will choose a different pathway, but they will consider that all options are options for them. We believe that the House System helps to foster those crucial personal qualities and attributes necessary to succeed beyond the classroom.
Our focus on learning can even be found in the names of our Houses which are named after some of the top performing Universities in the country (and indeed the world).
Our Houses are:
OXFORD, CAMBRIDGE, KINGS, IMPERIAL
In the Primary Schol, House activities are lead by the teaching staff. Pupils are awarded House dollars for academic, co-curricular and pastoral activities in daily school life. The House dollars build towards certificates of achievement for individuals and develop self-confidence, personal and team pride, building to House pride.
At the end of each academic year, the winning House wins the House cup and a House treat. The House programme is designed in such a way as to be inclusive and promote opportunities for all the students, recognising all strengths.
House boards show the House symbols, charities, list the House Captains (Junior School onwards) and are updated with achievements and photos.
At House sports and activities pupils and staff wear their House colours.