At St. Leonard’s, each pupil is a member of one of our four house teams:

  • Sycamore – Yellow
  • Oak – Blue
  • Beech – Red
  • Holly – Green

Individual rewards

When the children receive a house point, they put a leaf stamp on their individual chart and when they get to 25 they earn a certificate.

Team rewards

For each house point earned, the children also put a coloured pebble (the colour of their team) in a jar on the classroom. Each Friday, the pebbles in each jar are counted and a tally is kept until the end of each half term. At the end of the half term, the team with the most pebbles chooses a reward. There are several rewards on offer, including afternoon tea with Minnie and bring your teddy to school day.

British Values

Recently, each house team has been allocated a British Value:

  • Sycamore – Mutual respect and tolerance
  • Oak – Individual liberty
  • Beech – Democracy
  • Holly – Rule of law

The children met together in their teams this week and learnt about their British Value. Each team then chose a charity to support, linked to their British Value. They also came up with a fundraiser idea for their chosen charity:

  • Sycamore – House of Bread, Stafford
  • Oak – Save the Children
  • Beech – Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
  • Holly – Blue Paws for Retired Police Dogs








Fundraising for Charity


We welcomed Hayley from Staffordshire Retired Police Dogs Charity. During a special assembly Archie, Head of team Holly, formally handed over £103.00 which we raised last term during our first charity day.  Hayley told us how the money will be used to give these retired dogs a more comfortable life.


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SUAT supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership. The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support. In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Education of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider.