OTTER HOUSE – House Colour Purple
Acting Head of Otter House – Mrs Helen Priory
Year 7 - Mr A Knowles
Year 8 - Mrs J Feakins-Taylor
Year 9 - Mr L Eames & Mrs I Blyskal
Year 10 - Ms M Burton
Year 11 - Mrs C Smerdon-Corp
Year 12 & 13 - Ms T Marchant
Otter House became the seventh house in school in 1990. William Otter became Bishop of Chichester in 1836. He was very interested in the training of teachers to provide education for all, and a teacher training college (now Chichester University) was set up in his name.
What is Otter House like?
Our motto is
Believe in yourself. Believe in our House and our school. Believe that you can make a positive change. Believe in… Be confident that you are able to do anything you want to do.
At our school, you can make great progress and contributions in many different and important ways.
When you move on from our school and your experiences in Otter House, take with you what you have Achieved and go on to succeed.
We pride ourselves in promoting a disciplined, caring and happy family atmosphere. We hope to foster an ethos of a mutual, secure and stimulating environment where all members of the Otter House feel valued, respected and fully supported. We understand that it essential to work collaboratively to ensure that we are all able to provide the very best possible education, experiences and welfare for all our students.
Otter House supports Macmillan Nurses who specialise in cancer and palliative care, providing support and information to people with cancer, and their families, friends and carers, from the point of diagnosis onwards.