Story

STORY HOUSE - House Colour White

Who’s Who?

Head of House – Mrs Shona Charge

Story Tutors

Year 7 - Mrs S Callaghan

Year 8 - Mr N Marshall

Year 9 - Mr P Owen

Year 10 - Mr M Bennett

Year 11 - Mr G Kennedy

Year 12 & 13 - Mr S Collins

STORY HOUSE CUP CAKE SALE

Cup Cake PosterStory House are organising a cup cake sale which will take place on Thursday 14 June to raise money for their charity Dementia UK.  This coincides with the National cupcake event aimed at raising funds and awareness for Dementia and Alzheimer’s which is affecting more and more of us in some form. Pupils are being asked to support this by bringing in cupcakes and cakes for our event. However, if you feel you would like to make a contribution as well, you could do so through making a donation via Parentmail.

MAKE YOUR STORY WORTH REMEMBERING

In 1971, our house was made when the school grew from six forms of entry to eight!

Story House is named after Bishop Story, 1477-1503, who build the Chichester Market Cross and founded Prebendal School.

Our house is loving and caring, we’re like one big family!

Story house 300x231The pupils’ time in Story House will stay with them, through overcoming obstacles of day to day life, making friends, celebrating, working together and having experiences they will never forget.

We have tutors who are past pupils, who felt such a part of Story House during their time at Bishop Luffa that there was no other house that they could come back to – because Story House made their story worth remembering.

Mrs Hobbs, a past Story student, is now a teacher of Geography at Bishop Luffa School. She returned and became the current 9 Story’s Form Tutor!

Mr Owen, also a past pupil, has returned and became a Religious Education teacher and the current 8 Story’s Form Tutor!

download 2Our House charity is Dementia UK who provide specialist dementia support to families through their Admiral Nurse service.  When things get challenging or difficult, their nurses work alongside people with dementia and their families: giving them the one-to-one support, expert guidance and practical solutions they need, and that can be hard to find elsewhere.

To raise money for our charity, we have many events through the year such as the Acholi Bead Sale (run by the current 9 Story and Mrs Hobbs), cake sales, Popsicle and ice cream sales.