Christ Church House Points


Christ Church House Point Reward System

The House Point System is designed to embody the values and ethos of Christ Church and is an integral part of our school community. Each child across the school from Reception – Year 6 are given a house to be part of.

All of the House Captains and Vice Captains have a meeting twice a half term with the Headteacher and Mr Fleming to discuss their role and implement their different ideas for their respected houses. Click the link to see the minutes of our meetings.


Minutes from the meeting 8.12.21

Minutes from the meeting 5.01.22

Minutes from the meeting 02.02.22

 Minutes from the meeting 14.06.22

Mrs Burtonwood ( Chair of Governors ) letter to the House Captains / Vice Captains

Minutes from the meeting 23.09.22

Minutes from the meeting 15.11.22

Minutes from the meeting 20.02.23

Minutes from the meeting 20.06.23

A little bit about why we have chosen our four houses :



Florence Nightingale is a famous British nurse who's Christian faith helped her in her mission take care of poorly soldiers and to make hospitals more sanitary places. She also wrote books about how to be a good nurse.



For Isaac Newton the world of science was by no means the whole of life. He spent more time on Theology than on science; indeed , he wrote about 1.3 million words on biblical subjects. Yet this vast legacy lay hidden from public view for two centuries until the auction of his non-scientific writings in 1936



Rosa Parks was devoted to her faith of Christianity, often carrying her Bible with her. It was her faith in God that gave her the courage to stand up to segregation on that in December 1955. " I instantly felt God give me strength to endure whatever would happen next" she recounted. "God's peace flooded my soul and my fear melted away. All people were equal in the eyes of God and I was going to live like a free person." This courage led to massive changes in society that meant equal rights for all people.




Horrified by the poverty and suffering most people took for granted in industrial England , William Booth dedicated his life to bringing Christianity to the outcasts of society who would never enter a Church and weren't welcome there. 


House Captains and Vice Captains

Each house - Two Captains and a Vice Captain and they represent their houses. The role of House and Vice House Captains are ones of privilege, pride and responsibility. They are more than just a title and badge and require dedication and commitment for an entire year.


Characteristics of House and Vice House Captains


  • Polite and well-mannered
  • Organised and committed
  • A confident speaker
  • Well-presented in uniform and appearance
  • Desire to act responsibly and to be a role model for other students
  • Be caring, mature and honest


We expect you:


  • To be a positive role model and ambassador for the school, demonstrating Christ Church School Values.
  • To be enthusiastic and committed to the House System at Christ Church Primary School.
  • To be friendly and positive with all students, particularly within your House.
  • To be part of the team of House Captains who work together to achieve success for all.




  • Lead and support the children of your House.
  • Inspire the children of your House.
  • Be an excellent role model in behaviour, attitude and dress at all times.
  • Point system & announcements.

Each week we announce the winning house over the school sound system.

  • Prizes – Help with organising and giving out prizes.

Each week prizes are given to the house that have collected the most points over the half term.


Our House point system is one of our many ways of recognising positive behaviour choices. At Christ Church the use of House Points promotes:


  • Individual and Collective responsibility
  • Positive behaviour, thoughtfulness and respect
  • Shared aims and goals
  • Collaboration, teamwork and co-operation
  • Positive attitude to school and others
  • Effort and application
  • Achievements and successes of all
  • Participation in competitions and sport
  • Growth in self esteem
  • Integration with different year groups within their own house
  • A sense of belonging e.g house assemblies


All members of staff can award points. Pupils can earn points for their House in many ways by:


  • Playing Fairly
  • Being Caring and Sharing in the Playground
  • Showing Good Manners
  • Being Helpful and Considerate
  • Displaying a positive attitude to a specific task or school life in general
  • Being Responsible
  • Participating and representing the school in competitions and sport
  • Competing on Sports Day
  • Other achievements worthy of recognition

 House captain minutes 





 House Captains and Vice Captains