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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Multi-Academy Trust created in November 2013 and led by Howard of Effingham School, an outstanding school which is also a designated Academy Sponsor. Visit website

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Grants

'GREAT RESPECT AND NOBLE TEAM SPIRIT'

Head of House | Mr T Bridgland | tbridgland@oxtedschool.co.uk
Deputy Head of House | Mrs S Ellis | sellis@oxtedschool.co.uk
Deputy Head of House | Mrs K Waite | kwaite@oxtedschool.co.uk
Learning Coach |
Mrs M Feeley | mfeeley@oxtedschool.co.uk

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ALUMNI

  • Tommy Hill left Oxted School in 2001 - he is now 2011 British Superbike Champion
  • Jake Forster-Caskey left Oxted School in 2005 - he is now a professional footballer at Brighton & Hove Albion FC

HOUSE ASSEMBLIES

  • Students will regularly attend assembly with their House

HOUSE ACHIEVEMENTS

Champion House

  • 2000/01
  • 2007/08

Attendance Cup

  • 2007
  • 2013

Inter-House Competitions

  • Music
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Day of Sport

HOUSE STUDENT LEADERSHIP
(ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES)

House Captains

  • Manage Prefect team
  • Assist in day to day running of House

Deputy House Captains

  • Assist House Captains

Sports Captains

  • Organise teams for inter-House competitions

Year 11 Prefects

  • Mentor Year 7 tutor groups
  • Assist in organising House teams
  • Arrange litter duty rota and co-ordination

HOUSE CHARITY

  • British Heart Foundation

The House system plays an important role in the life of students. 

It provides every student with:

  • Daily contact with a Form Tutor (Form Tutors are part of the House team).  The Form Tutor will be at the centre of the student's experience
  • A tutorial programme delivering academic mentoring and developing personal well-being
  • Monitoring of their learning behaviours
  • Support for issues that are barriers to learning

The House team will contact parents to:

  • Celebrate students' achievements
  • Notify parents of House events
  • Clarify issues that may be affecting a student's learning or well-being
  • Discuss concerns over attendance
  • Notify parents of detentions

Where parents can find further information during the academic year:

  • Parent weekly bulletin
  • Calendar and newsletter
  • Letters from School
  • Like us on Facebook - Oxtedschool
  • Follow us on Twitter - @oxtedschool

Parents can support the house team by:

  • Keeping contact details up to date
  • Informing School of any changes to family circumstances
  • Communicating concerns regarding any aspect of School as soon as they become a concern
  • Ensuring your child attends regularly, helping them to achieve 95% or higher attendance
  • Provide the necessary equipment so your child is always ready to learn
  • Ensure your child is correctly wearing full uniform and is punctual for the start of the school day
  • Take an interest in your child's school work and encourage them to always do their best, including the completion of homework
  • Support Oxted School in ensuring high standards of behaviour encouraging your child to follow the Oxted 3
  • Co-operate with the School in providing the best education for your child

Ways that parents can communicate with the House:

  • Emailing the Form Tutor
  • Emailing members of the House team
  • Telephoning a member of the House team