House meetings are held once a week to encourage camaraderie and especially to organise sports teams for participation in house competitions. In addition to the 13 different sports there are other activities such as chess and house quizzes. Chess is also played most successfully at inter-school level.
6 th Formers are expected to act as role models for younger pupils and behave in a business like manner.
Students have enrolled at Camp Hill on the understanding that it is a school, where boys wear uniform.
If they do not wear the correct uniform then they may be sent home to get the appropriate clothing. Time lost from lessons will be made up after school. If this persists, then the Headmaster is likely to want to discuss their future at the school.
They should be used to help organise all activities, not just school work.
Parents will be conscious of how much work is being done at home. They may wish to check planners to see if work is written down. If parents have any concerns about homework they should contact school.
The planner contains a large amount of 6 th Form information which may be of interest to parents.