The House system further develops the sense of belonging and family at Fisher More. Every student, member of staff, and governor are placed in to one of the four Houses named after each of the Patron Saints of the United Kingdom: St Andrew, St David, St George, and St Patrick.
Within each House sit two forms from each year group. The 8 forms in each year group are named after cities in the United Kingdom that are home to a Catholic cathedral – Ayr, Glasgow, Cardiff, Swansea, Liverpool, Westminster, Belfast, and Derry.
St Andrew’s House consists of the following forms: 7 Ayr, 7 Glasgow, 8 Ayr, 8 Glasgow, 9 Ayr, 9 Glasgow, 10 Ayr, 10 Glasgow, 11 Ayr, 11 Glasgow.
St David’s House consists of the following forms: 7 Cardiff, 7 Swansea, 8 Cardiff, 8 Swansea, 9 Cardiff, 9 Swansea, 10 Cardiff, 10 Swansea, 11 Cardiff, 11 Swansea.
St George’s House consists of the following forms: 7 Liverpool, 7 Westminster, 8 Liverpool, 8 Westminster, 9 Liverpool, 9 Westminster, 10 Liverpool, 10 Westminster, 11 Liverpool, 11 Westminster.
St Patrick’s House consists of the following forms: 7 Belfast, 7 Derry, 8 Belfast, 8 Derry, 9 Belfast, 9 Derry, 10 Belfast, 10 Derry, 11 Belfast, 11 Derry.
The House system enables students from across all 5 year groups to work with, and support each other, through a number of different House competitions and initiatives throughout the year. At the end of each week the House league table is updated with all points awarded throughout the week from the various House competitions. Attendance, merits gained, and words read are also recognised through the House points system, alongside sporting and curriculum competitions.
8 House captains from Year 11 are selected to lead their Houses throughout their final year at Fisher More. These captains are supported in their work by the Year 10 vice captains and the House form representatives from years 7 – 9. Together this team make up the Fisher More House council.
Please see the following link for further information about the House system for 2022-23: