House System

The house system fosters a strong sense of belonging and loyalty across the whole school and helps to cultivate relationships between girls in differing year groups. This is especially beneficial to the younger girls who often find a mentor or special friend in an older pupil.

From Nursery the girls are divided into three Houses: Tudor (red), Stuart (yellow) and Windsor (blue). Daughters of Old Girls are able to join the same House as their mother and we endeavour to allocate siblings and other family members to the same House wherever possible. Each term a House Captain, Vice Captain and Games Captain are chosen from Year 6.

Interhouse competitions foster a spirit of competition and camaraderie amongts pupils. These events encompass a wide range of activities, including our Swimming Gala, House Music, and Debating events along with those during themed days such as World Book Day and Science Week. On Sports Day, the Sports Day Cup, festooned in the winning House colours is presented to the day’s winning House.

House points and Golden points are earned by girls in the course of their school work.  They are tallied each week and the House and Golden Point Cups are presented to the winning Houses in assembly. The cups are proudly displayed in the dining hall for the week. At the end of term and the end of the academic year, the House with the most points over the whole period is awarded the Cup for the term or year.


‘Sarum Hall is a lovely school with wonderfully attentive and caring staff. The girls all feel happy and secure there, like being surrounded by family.”


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“Why did we choose Sarum Hall? Its reputation and our observations on the school’s value system and pastoral care, and how they raise the girls in addition to educating them. Also their commitment to music, the arts and extra-curricular activities.”

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“I think she is being extremely well taught in a very nurturing environment.”


Sarum Hall parent

“My daughter is happy and enjoys her school experience immensely. She often surprises us with the breadth of her knowledge.”

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