WILSON HOUSE – House Colour Yellow
Head of House – Mr Keith Allman
Year 7 - Mrs N Stallard
Year 8 - Mrs L Budgen
Year 9 - Mrs H Friend
Year 10 - Mrs S Richi
Year 11 - Mrs G Evans
Year 12 & 13 - Mr T Brown
Wilson House was one of the first four houses in the early days of the school. Wilson House is named after Bishop Roger Wilson who was Bishop of Chichester from 1958 to 1974. He was a brilliant classicist, a modest and unassuming man with an abiding interest in people.
What is Wilson House like?
We are a caring house with a real sense of family and friendship. There are rarely fallings out as we stick together and support each other.
Wilson means family and that means no one gets left behind. ‘Aureus est gentis’, latin for ‘family is golden’ is our House colour. Our house emblem is a sunflower and each year our Year 11’s present each other with sunflowers at their leavers’ assembly with a note attached as a leaving present.
This year Wilson House were very proud to win the Interhouse Dance competition.
The House charity that Wilson supports is the ‘Mombasa Children’. We have sent medical supplies, sponsored children to be able to attend school and bought equipment. Supporting gthe Needy Picture Caption - Wilson House Skype Children in Mombasa
The House has Skyped with the children in our House assembly. Our link is through the charity based in Rustington. We hope in the future to send Wilson House pupils to visit the school.