Welcome to Tee House, opened in September 2008 by Richard Tee and members of his family. Tee House is a girls' day house situated in the old Alliott House, central to the main College campus.
Housemistress: Mrs Janet Oldfield
Deputy Housemistress: Ms Fiona Freckleton
Life in Tee House is certainly never dull; its members are dynamic, lively, enthusiastic and keen to get involved in sports, music, art, drama and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme. We celebrate the small successes as well as the large ones. The House prides itself on its warm and friendly atmosphere; it is a place where everybody is made to feel welcome and secure.
The pastoral care of each of the girls in the House is under the supervision of the Housemistress. Academic issues are overseen by a year group tutor.
There are usually around sixty girls in the House. Each year group has its own study room where everyone has plenty of space to work. There is a kitchen where the girls can make toast at break times, and ample changing rooms with lockers for sports kits. The girls of all year groups socialise and relax together in the large comfortable common room.
In Tee House we aim to provide an atmosphere where everyone will reach their full potential in every aspect of life.
Contact: 01279 838074