Namesake: Mary Webb(1881-1927) an English romantic novelist and poet of the early twentieth century.  She loved to explore the countryside around her home and developed a gift of detailed observation and description of both people and places.  

Although her literary output was comparatively small, she leaves a rich legacy of intense creativity and natural mysticism.  

Success came in 1928 when the Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin, acclaimed her work, which was then gathered and published in successive editions by Jonathan Cape.

House Officials

Head of House: Mr Joe Dalgarno

 House Captain: Geraint Harrhy

Deputy House Captains: Emily Morgan, Harvey Jones, Sarah Mills, Annabel Lee

Buddy Mentors: Grace Supple, Ella Green

Peer Mentors: Daisy Armstrong, Jazz Twidale

School Leader in Sports: Dani Gelmetti

School Leader in Arts: Abbie Shakeshaft

We use cookies on this website to improve how it works and how it’s used.

Accept & Continue