Lambe’s is a hardworking, committed and supportive House where every student feels able to participate and embrace the wealth of opportunities available to them across the school.  Lambe’s pupils have a competitive spirit and a desire to succeed but also recognise the important lessons that failure and challenge can teach them.  Lambe’s House is built around community, respect, pride and responsibility.

Sutton Valence School Lambe's House students sports day in when they are pulling a rope while enjoying the heart of Kent countryside

“It always amazes me just how many ex-Lambe's pupils have gone overseas to make their way in life – successfully.”  Mr David Pickard, OSA

Lambe's House was founded and named as such between 1915 and 1920 and is a senior mixed House. Our House colour is maroon and, since the resumption of the traditional house system in 2010, House Competitions link us with St Margaret’s, a boys senior Boarding House.

As Housemaster, I seek to instil a sense of pride in the Lambe’s community on a daily basis and remind them that teamwork and respect can provide great rewards. 

In Lambe’s, there are five tutors, each with a group of Third Form to Sixth Form pupils in their care. Assisting them is our Head of House, an Upper Sixth student who is selected based on their community spirit and enthusiasm, alongside their leadership and organisational abilities. The House works hard as a team to participate in House Competitions, drawing on the wide range of talent our pupils possess in skills such as music, sport, debating and general knowledge.

Mr Tim Sealy, Housemaster of Lambe’s

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