The House System

At Haven High Academy we have a House system.

Each student belongs to one of our five houses which celebrate the five key British values. Each house aligns with one of those values

Meet the Head of House Team


Franklin House

Peel House

Pankhurst

Fry House

Turing House

Mrs Simposon

Mr Housely

Mr Lyons

Mrs Tabor

Mrs Matson


Democracy

Rosalind Franklin was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who was central to the understanding of the double helix structures of DNA for which other shared the Nobel Prize. She worked hard at school and gained a place at Cambridge University to study the characteristics of coal and classified them according to their performance. 

She also led pioneering work on the molecular structures of viruses which resulted in others winning the Nobel Prize.  

She died in 1958 at the age of 37 of ovarian cancer, a lack of democracy in her workplace ensured that much of her contribution was only recognised after her death. Our academy has a democratic culture which is built upon freedom and equality, where everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities.  

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The Rule of Law

Sir Robert Peel was a British Conservative statesman who served twice as Prime Minister and twice as Home Secretary. 

He addressed the lack of organisation in the law enforcement and is regarded as the father of modern British policing as he founded the Metropolitan Police Service.  

He reformed and liberalised the criminal law in addition to being one of the founders of the modern Conservative Party. Laws or rules that bind all people living in a community they protect our general safety, and ensure our rights our citizens against abuses by others. We have rules in our Academy to help provide for our safety and ensure the efficient and effective running of our community. 

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Mutual Respect

Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist an organiser of the British Suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote. She shaped an idea of women for our time; she shook society into a new pattern from which there was no going back. 

Her work was crucial in achieving respectful women in the United Kingdom. Mutual respect is an important foundation for our Academy. 

We understand that not all people share the same beliefs and values, but we do respect the values, ideas and beliefs of others while it’s not imposing our own on them. It is the foundation for honesty, truth, trust and meaningful communication.  

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Individual Liberty  

Elizabeth Fry was a humanitarian who fought to improve conditions in prisons at a time when they were so poor that many people died what while serving their sentence.  

In addition, she set up night shelters for the homeless and training schools for nurses which helped to inspire the likes of Florence Nightingale. Individual liberty is an important aspect of our academy and is the protection of your own rights and the rights of those around you. It is having the freedom to do something and being allowed to decide for yourself what actions to take or not take. Having the freedom to do something doesn’t mean that it is the right thing to do. Individual liberty is about everyone having the freedom to make their own choices. 

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Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs  

Alan Turing was a versatile and intelligent English scientist. He was highly influential in the development of theoretical computer science and produced a model of general-purpose computer. During the Second World war he worked for the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. He devised techniques which reduced the time taken to decode confidential messages and it has been estimated that his work shortened the war in Europe by more than two years and saved over 14 million lives. Due to his homosexuality he was never fully recognised for his achievements during his lifetime as it was a crime in the UK. Tolerance of others is a key component of our Academy and defines our ability or willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behaviour that we dislike or disagree with. 

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House System
Franklin

Democracy

Rosalind Franklin was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who was central to the understanding of the double helix structures of DNA for which other shared the Nobel Prize. She worked hard at school and gained a place at Cambridge University to study the characteristics of coal and classified them according to their performance. 

She also led pioneering work on the molecular structures of viruses which resulted in others winning the Nobel Prize.  

She died in 1958 at the age of 37 of ovarian cancer, a lack of democracy in her workplace ensured that much of her contribution was only recognised after her death. Our academy has a democratic culture which is built upon freedom and equality, where everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities.  

Want to find out more about fry house?

Peel House

The Rule of Law

Sir Robert Peel was a British Conservative statesman who served twice as Prime Minister and twice as Home Secretary. 

He addressed the lack of organisation in the law enforcement and is regarded as the father of modern British policing as he founded the Metropolitan Police Service.  

He reformed and liberalised the criminal law in addition to being one of the founders of the modern Conservative Party. Laws or rules that bind all people living in a community they protect our general safety, and ensure our rights our citizens against abuses by others. We have rules in our Academy to help provide for our safety and ensure the efficient and effective running of our community. 

Want to find out more about fry house?

Pankurst

Mutual Respect

Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist an organiser of the British Suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote. She shaped an idea of women for our time; she shook society into a new pattern from which there was no going back. 

Her work was crucial in achieving respectful women in the United Kingdom. Mutual respect is an important foundation for our Academy. 

We understand that not all people share the same beliefs and values, but we do respect the values, ideas and beliefs of others while it’s not imposing our own on them. It is the foundation for honesty, truth, trust and meaningful communication.  

Want to find out more about fry house?

Fry House

Individual Liberty  

Elizabeth Fry was a humanitarian who fought to improve conditions in prisons at a time when they were so poor that many people died what while serving their sentence.  

In addition, she set up night shelters for the homeless and training schools for nurses which helped to inspire the likes of Florence Nightingale. Individual liberty is an important aspect of our academy and is the protection of your own rights and the rights of those around you. It is having the freedom to do something and being allowed to decide for yourself what actions to take or not take. Having the freedom to do something doesn’t mean that it is the right thing to do. Individual liberty is about everyone having the freedom to make their own choices. 

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Turing House

Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs  

Alan Turing was a versatile and intelligent English scientist. He was highly influential in the development of theoretical computer science and produced a model of general-purpose computer. During the Second World war he worked for the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. He devised techniques which reduced the time taken to decode confidential messages and it has been estimated that his work shortened the war in Europe by more than two years and saved over 14 million lives. Due to his homosexuality he was never fully recognised for his achievements during his lifetime as it was a crime in the UK. Tolerance of others is a key component of our Academy and defines our ability or willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behaviour that we dislike or disagree with. 

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Which House is for you?