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Neston High School

House System

The house system provides a community for students in Years 7 – 11. Students are in a tutor group with peers from the same house, and in most cases, tutors stay with their groups from the point of admission in Year 7 until they reach the end of Year 11. The tutor can therefore develop a very strong relationship with their tutees, which supports students throughout their time in school. Each house has their own tie which forms part of the strong identity and sense of community within the school.

It is a tradition for siblings to be assigned to the same House. House loyalty is strong and inter-house competitions are key features throughout the year in terms of attendance, progress, rewards and achievements in many other areas including sport, science, dance and drama. Each House raises money to support a specific charity in addition to their contribution to whole school fundraising and charity events. It is through such opportunities in our House system that a strong sense of identity, shared responsibility and respect is engendered. Every member of the House is an integral part of the community at Neston High School.

Find out more about each House below

The effectiveness of the school’s care, guidance and support for students is outstanding. Overwhelmingly, students report being happy at school and parents express high levels of satisfaction with the school’s work ofsted


We were impressed with how positive, approachable and supportive each teacher was, especially at the end of a very long day for them. 

Parent (regarding Parents' Evening)


Pupils behave well around the large school site. Sixth-form students enjoy their own spacious study and dining areas.

Ofsted Report 2022


There is a strong safeguarding culture across the school.

Ofsted Report 2022


Pupils, and students in the sixth form, are proud to be part of Neston High School.

Ofsted Report 2022


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