Our Houses are named after environmental leaders who are strivers, achievers and positive role models. Embodying the values and ethos of our school, they are an integral part of our school community.
Each of our pupils and staff belongs to a House. The Houses are:
Sir David Attenborough
Sir David Attenborough is a natural historian and broadcaster who has introduced millions of people to a variety of animals from around the world. He is also an important climate change campaigner.
Dr Jane Goodall
Dr Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall (more commonly known as Jane Goodall) is a conservationist, primatologist and scientist who has undertaken groundbreaking research and studies about chimpanzees in Tanzania, Africa. Read on to learn more about her life, discoveries, criticisms, facts and resources.
Greta Thunberg is a Swedish student who has inspired millions of people to think about combatting climate change. Many students across the world have taken part in school strikes to raise the profile of climate change and to urge their governments to do more to help the environment.
Malaika Vaz is an explorer, TV presenter and wildlife filmmaker from Goa, India. Her documentaries focus on the environment, endangered species, community-led conservation and wildlife trafficking for television networks around the world.
To the pupils of BFS: