Sudbury Hall

Members of Sudbury Hall come from all areas of the school and include students and staff alike. We work together to compete in every challenge and are very proud to have entered a team for every event to date. We hope that our commitment, determination and skills will mean that we will win the House Cup at the end of the year!

Our highlight of the year so far has been winning the Challenge Day Shield in February 2010. Students were involved in a number of varied activities such as building a record breaking tower of 2p coins, various sports, cooking competitions and singstar. The points collected throughout the day were added together and Sudbury were announced as winners in the afternoon.

Other competitions that students have secured points from include football, English speaking competition, reward stamps and credits, Futsal and Benchball.

You can find out the latest information about competitions, teams and results by checking the Sudbury notice board in the Yellow Social Area.

Sudbury Hall

Our house is named after Sudbury Hall. Sudbury Hall, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire, is an impressive National Trust property which was built in second half of the 17th century. Inside the redbrick building are many fine rooms with the Long Gallery and Main Hall which featured in the BBC's Pride and Prejudice.

Sudbury Hall is also home to The Museum of Childhood where there is a reconstructed Victorian school room as well as a wide selection of toys and games of the past. Sudbury Hall is set within formal gardens and meadows which lead down to the lakeside; an ideal place for a picnic.

          

 

How can I get involved?

There are lots of ways that you can get involved. All the credits and stamps you collect go towards house points as well as participating in the various competitions and activities that run.

If you want to be even more involved then you might like to apply to be a House Captain or put yourself in the election for the School Council. These roles are important ones for putting your own ideas forward and making decisions about the school.

House Captains

Sudbury has 10 House Captains each year from across Years 7-11. They have responsibility for organising Sudbury's teams for competitions. We also have two Senior House Captains from the sixth form who help Heads of House organise whole school events like Challenge Day and Sports Day.