This years House Leaders are…
Meet Our Team
I was chosen because I am supporting and very ambitious and get involved in my work. I aim to improve the school by letting younger students get involved in activities more often. I also want to get the deputies more involved to improve their leadership.
Come on Sinai, we can win this!
I do lots of things in and out of school. I have been swimming and dancing since I was very little. I do tap, ballet and jazz. Last year, I started playing football at school and want to carry on with this next year. Also, from the age of 7, I started to play the piano and have just taken my grade 2 exam. I am working at grade 2 flute next! On Thursdays, I go to guides. It's lots of fun, I've made lots of new friends and I went on my first camp in June!
I want House Sinai to be strong, more honest and to set an example for other teams. I would like the school's behaviour to be even better by encouraging everyone to be more polite to each other. I would also like the school to be seen in a more positive way to local people. For example we could raise money for local charities and share our work in the community such as in Church.
What I am leading? Truth and honesty. I want everyone in school to be truthful and honest. We can all try harder. My job is to try and find a way to help everyone with this and be successful.
Come on House Sinai. You can win the trophy this year!
I would love to be an inspiration to someone when I'm older and that's why I try my best.
Truth + Honesty = Sinai
House Sinai are exploring how we can raise money for school and for our chosen charity.They are looking for Sinai volunteers so please let them know if you are willing to help.
The three main improvements that they would like to make are:
- To develop our enterprise skills and raise money.
- To raise money for our chosen charity, Bluebell Wood.
- To identify something that would make our school experience better and to raise money for this. To involve children from each house with the experience.
The Story of Sinai
After escaping from Egypt, the Israelites wandered through the deserts of Sinai for 40 years. During this time they learned more about what God wanted them to do and be, as people and as a nation. At Mount Sinai Moses received the Ten Commandments. This is why we say that Sinai House is about Truth.
Moses encourages God’s people to obey the laws- not because of some empty sense of ‘duty’, but out of gratitude for God’s unlimited love. The commandments can be found in the book of Exodus 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21.