Taking Responsibility

Helping our children to understand the importance and benefit of taking responsibility for their own actions, behaviour and learning is a fundamental part of the Crown House experience. From the youngest children to the senior pupils, they are carefully and sensitively given increasing responsibility within the classroom and around the school. From classroom monitors, librarians, Sport, Music and House Captains through to our Head Boy and Head Girl; all children play an important role in the life of Crown House.

The School Council

Each year pupils have the opportunity to join the Student Council. Their role is to liaise with and represent every year group in the school, ensuring that all children have a clear voice at Crown House. They meet weekly with the Headteacher to discuss their thoughts, views and ideas. Together with many members of the school community they work each year on small projects to improve the experience for children at school and to leave a positive legacy behind them.

"British values are well promoted. Pupils are well prepared for life in modern Britain because the school teaches pupils to respect diversity. The personal, social, health and economic programme ensures that pupils learn about democracy and the rule of law."