Our Current House Points Totals

Correct as of Fri 10th Nov

The House system is central in promoting enrichment activities and a hotly-contested House Championship. 

The Houses actively support sporting, inter-house and charity events, as well as a variety of personal development activities including trips and end of term activities. All students will be encouraged to participate fully in the day-to-day life of their House and help contribute to the wide and varied competitions it provides. 


Beauvale (Beautiful Valley), is a village in Nottinghamshire, England. It is located 1 mile to the east of Eastwood. It is in Greasley parish. Beauvale Priory is the remains of a Carthusian monastery, or Charterhouse, founded in 1343 by Nicholas de Cantilupe. The extant remains include part of the church and a three-storey tower house, which may have been the Prior’s lodging.


Creswell is a former mining village located in the Bolsover district of Derbyshire, England. At the 2011 Census population details were included in the civil parish of Elmton-with-Creswell. Today it is best known for Creswell Crags and its model village. In September 1950 Creswell Colliery was the scene of one of the worst post-nationalisation mining disasters


Harby is a village and civil parish in the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottinghamshire, England. It is close to the Lincolnshire border. The parish church of All Saints’ was built in 1875–1876 in Early English style. In the east wall of the tower is a statue in memory of Eleanor of Castile, Queen Consort of King Edward I of England. She died at the nearby house of Richard de Weston on 28 November 1290. The capless stump of a five-storey tower windmill, built about 1877, stands at the end of the village.


Middleton is an upland village and civil parish lying approximately one mile NNW of Wirksworth, Derbyshire, England. Middleton was, in 1086, a berewick (a supporting farm) of the town and manor of Wirksworth. Middleton was formerly known for its lead mines and high quality limestone quarries.. The Middleton Mine networks underground for approximately 25 miles. Middleton formed originally in the Saxon times as a small farming hamlet which settled around a very high spring.

The school is divided into year groups and each year has a Head of Year who is responsible for all aspects of school life relating to students within their year.

All students are part of a tutor group and their tutor will get to know each student as an individual and work closely with parents to ensure that your child feels happy, safe and included at our school.

Year Teams 2023-24

7LGASMrs L Green/Ms A Sankey
7RBDMiss R Brailsford
7MHNMiss M Herrington
7GCWMr G Crow
7LWLMs L Worrell
7DSNMr D Sullivan
7KMYMrs K McKinlay
8DSTMrs D Scott
8EGNMs E Gaughan
8ZHLMiss Z Hall
8NHTMs N Hunt
8HMDMiss H Millward
8JCSMrs J Cross
8SWTMrs S Wright
8JHNMr J Marshall
8FSTMr F Stewart
8ASNMiss A Straughan
8JOEMiss J Oxlade
8RWSMr R Williams
8NAYMr N Avery
8CFTMrs C Frost
9DMNMr D Machin
9ABUMiss A Hills
9PDNMr P Davison
9JSNMr J Sanderson
9AGNMrs A Farr
9AHNMr A Hamilton
9MCRMiss M Cooper
10RHAMr R Harris
10RFYMiss R Furey
10NBHMiss N Brough
10SONMr S Owen
10APGMrs A Pickering
10MHGMrs M Hosking