A Lambe's pupil is hardworking and purposeful, always ready to spot an opportunity. They have a strong sense of community and enjoy teamwork and leading the team if called upon. There is an adventurous spirit here.

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

I still see this legacy in our Lambe's students today. I lead my House with the objective of instilling a passion for loyalty, commitment and participation. It is about taking part and being part of a team. If you win, it is a time for celebration, if you lose it is a time for reflection.

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 Margarent’s, a boys senior boarding house.

In Lambe's there are five tutors, each with a group of Third Form to Sixth Form pupils in their care. Assisting them are two Heads of House who we aim to select on the basis of community spirit, commitment, loyalty, enthusiasm, leadership and organisational ability.

We work hard as a team when we participate in House Competitions, which require pupils to draw on a wide range of skills in music, sport, debating and general knowledge.  


Housemaster – Mr Tim Sealy

Senior Tutor - Mme Hélène Heurtevent-

Mr Andrew Hammersley

Mr Luke Ellmers

Mrs Billie Palmer

Mr Richard Plowden

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