Namesake: Charles Darwin (1809-1882)born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.  He was a naturalist who studied variation in plants and animals during a five year voyage around the World.  

He explained his ideas on evolution in his book 'On the Origin of Species', published in 1859.  Darwin's ideas caused a lot of controversy, and this continues today, because they can be seen as conflicting with religious views about the creation of the World and the creatures in it.  

Darwin was perceived a national hero; he had a state funeral and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

House Officials

Head of House: Mr Nick Bucknall

House Captain: Charley Hughes

House Deputies: Ayrin Deacon, Kayleigh Lewin-Cubbin, Fi Russell, Sophie Everington-Shah

Year 11 Buddy Mentors: Emily Smout, Amber Bailey, Evie Allmark



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