Turner House - Purple

Why Turner?

After William Turner, a British watercolor artist. The Turner Prize competition is named after him introducing modern and controversial art work and awarding the winner with a huge prize sum of £40,000.

House Updates

Turner has been climbing through the ranks with House points this term and it’s been great to see that as we approach the end so many more positive points are being awarded. Let’s hope that continues next term! In the mean time I hope everyone has a safe, happy and restful break.

Mrs Dunn
Head of Turner House

Recent Achievements: This term has been a busy one but the Turner students have risen to the challenge! I had an overwhelming response from students asking to be involved in Children in Need across all year groups. Our cake sale completely sold out and the glitter face paint proved very popular. All the money raised by Turner went into the total of over £2000! More recently, the students have been engaged in the Annual House Christmas Hamper Challenge. This always brings a buzz to form time and the ideas for hampers this year have been as original as ever. I cannot wait to see the finished products when they are sent to the Butterfield Centre to be given to some very worthy residents.

Who is our National Charity?

Breast Cancer Now, the charity that’s steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. We’re here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.

Who is our Local Charity?

From day one of dementia, we’ll be right here with you. For support and advice. For campaigning, and one day, for a cure.

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