At Mangotsfield School everyone belongs to a house. Students, teaching and support staff. You can identify what house people belong to by the students ties and staff lanyards.
The whole community is proud of our houses and the house names, logos and song, which were suggested and voted by students.
Students are allocated to a house when they are taken on roll. Siblings will always be in the same house but not in the same mentoring group.
Each house is unique and has its own ethos. Each house has its own Student Leadership team that help the Head of House decide the House’s priorities and make important decisions for the student body.
Named after the original school on the school site. Our students are very competitive, but also caring and support each other in all that they do. Rodway students like to get involved and are led and supported by an excellent team of mentors under the guidance and care of Mr Gilpin as Head of House.
With every new year that begins, the pressure on us as a House to build on the successes of the previous year grows. Mr John’s challenge as Head of House to all Chase students is to extend this beyond the classroom. Increasing our participation in extra-curricular activities will continue our quest to become well rounded young people.
Siston does the right thing every day by being on time, treating others fairly and doing their best every lesson. We keep it simple because we believe that the community is stronger than one person on its own. The mentors and the Head of House, Miss Hawkins, all follow the same message and keep high standards following the Mangotsfield Way.
Pomphrey students take pride in their House and love to compete for the top spot. We are ambitious and hardworking and we strive to participate in as many opportunities as we can. Led by Miss Vincent and Mr Hinkley, we follow the values of the Mangotsfield Way.