Our House Names
Chosen to represent the
qualities we stand for.
We chose them because they
represent the qualities we
Doing your best
Putting others first
The Great War
10 million people died in the
First World War.
46 were from South
Our Houses are named after 7
men who died in Belgium in the
Their bodies were never found.
They are remembered in Belgium
on these memorials.
The Menin Gate has the names of 55,000 of the
fallen whose bodies were never found, including
Corporal Thomas Henry Foster and Private
George Edward Boulter.
The Ploegsteert Memorial has 11,000
names of the ‘missing’ on it, including
Sapper George Whyatt and Private Bernard
The Tynecot Memorial has 17,000 names of
the ‘missing’. These include Trooper James
Spencer Potter, Private Thomas Chapman
and Corporal Thomas Henry Foster.
Private James Spencer Potter
Trooper Thomas Chapman
Corporal Thomas Foster
Rifleman Arthur Mynard
Private George Boulter
Private Bernard Corbett
Sapper George Whyat
More information is on the house notice boards.
Our house names honour these heroic
local men. Honour them with a poppy
for Remembrance Day.