House Points and Competitions

The students at Moulsham High School are divided into 5 houses:

  • Crompton - named after R.E.B. Crompton, founder of the Crompton Parkinson Works
  • Knight - named after Anne Knight, a social reformer, abolitionist, and a pioneer of feminism
  • Strutt - named after Joseph Strutt, a noted engraver, artist, antiquary and writer
  • Marconi - named after Guglielmo Marconi, founder of The Marconi Company
  • Tindal - named after Nicholas Conyngham Tindal, a celebrated English lawyer

House Points

Students are expected to wear their house badges as part of their uniform, and are encouraged to take part in activities and competitions to win points for their house. At the end of each year, the House Cup is awarded to the house which gains the most points throughout the year.

Students can also gain house points by their academic achievements and behaviour:

  • Effort points
  • Attendance at extra-curricular clubs
  • Progress in end of term reports
  • Behaviour for Learning points
  • Sports Day

Upcoming Events

Department Date Details
Citizenship by Friday 1st March

Voluntary Groups

Find out about the work of a local, national or international voluntary group:

  • Find out and explain who/what the organisation is protecting
  • Research and describe the problems the organisation is trying to solve
  • Find out where the organisation carries out its work and who does the work
  • Find out how the organisation raises money
  • Research what the organisation does
  • Explain how the public can help the organisation
  • Describe 2-3 success stories from the organisation
  • Explain where the money raised is spent.

Present your entry in any of the formats below to Miss Clark in room 13 by 2.00pm on Friday, 1st March.

  • A booklet—hand written or typed
  • A piece of display work e.g. a poster
  • An information page
     

 


Current Standings

  • Crompton 15,869
  • Knight 19,397
  • Strutt 18,760
  • Marconi 18,648
  • Tindal 15,630