Houses - Democracy in Action

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Each week the house cup is presented to the house with the most points.

This weeks winner iOxford House.

At Redlands, all children belong to one of four house teams (Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick and Sussex). Each house has two house captains and two vice-captains that represent their team and contribute to a number of roles throughout the school. Some of the roles they carry out include collecting house points, supporting local charities, planning and supervising inter-house events and contributing to the school website.

The role of captain and vice-captain  is offered to year 6 children who are able to be a role model in terms of attitude, work ethic, manners and appearance whilst providing inspiration and motivation to all pupils in their house.

To apply for the role of house captain or vice-captain children were asked to deliver a speech to the rest of their house team, explaining the reasons why they would be suitable for the position. Their team then voted for whom they believed would represent them best. Congratulations to the following winners:

Cambridge House

Cambridge Captain 1 Cambridge Captain 2 Cambridge Vice 1 Cambridge Vice 2

House Captain - Ellie

House Captain - Katie

House Vice-Captain - Joe

House Vice-Captain - Emily


Oxford House

Oxford Captain 1 Oxford Captain 2 Oxford Vice 1 Oxford Vice 2

House Captain - Anais

House Captain - Hector

House Vice-Captain - Freya

House Vice-Captain - Ruby


Sussex House

Sussex Captain 1 Sussex Captain 2 Sussex Vice 1 Sussex Vice 2

House Captain - Stanley

House Captain - Ewan

House Vice-Captain - Liam

House Vice-Captain - Hallie


Warwick House   

 Warwick Captain 1  Warwick Captain 2 Warwick Vice 1   Warwick Vice 2

House Captain - Finley

House Captain - Keeley

House Vice-Captain - Molly

House Vice-Captain - Lewis