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House System​

The House System was reintroduced to the School to coincide with the Golden Jubilee celebrations – 50 years on the Oakwood Park site (although the institution is much older). The five Houses are:

Broughton - Mayor of Maidstone signatory of Charles 1st Death Warrant
 

Fisher - The Archbishop who led the Dedication Service at the official opening of the school on this site

Hazlitt - The playwright, essayist and social commentator

Sadler - An old boy who went on to play for Manchester United and England

Wilberforce- Politician who was influential in abolishing the Slave Trade and has family contacts with East Farleigh

The main reason for the reintroduction is the success of the School – we are now very large –over 1000 students and our units need to be smaller to ensure that all students are recognised. The House system is a vehicle to encourage competition – not only on the Sports fields but also in Art, Music, Poetry and Photography and obviously academically. The House system also allows more opportunities for Leadership at all levels – it has encouraged a more vertical structure, with older students supporting those lower down the school.The House System was reintroduced to the School to coincide with the Golden Jubilee celebrations – 50 years on the Oakwood Park site (although the institution is much older).