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Dare to dream, strive to succeed
In Omega, the emphasis is placed on you as students to push yourselves in order to be the best you can possibly be. Success and achievement come through passion and effort – applying yourself to achieve your ambitions.
In Omega House we support and recognise each other’s achievements and work together to overcome obstacles to ensure future success. As team members of Omega House you will have a range of skills; some of you will be talented musicians or artists others may prefer sporting competition. Please take every opportunity you can within the House system, be it a new experience or a well-honed skill.
As Head of House I am enthusiastic about all elements of teamwork and competition; be it running the staff relay in sports day or cooking up a storm in the bake off. Omega is here for the win! Oliver Stacey, Head of House
After raising £822 for Meningitis Now 2016-17, this year Omega House will be looking to break the £1000 barrier with all money raised being donated to Cancer Research UK.”
Well done to 7E and 7H for smashing the 95% attendance target for the term, both tutor groups are really setting the standard and have made an excellent start at MOCS. The incentive of chocolate brownies always help.”
Omega on Point for Term 1
Omega is finally back in the trophy hunt! An outstanding term from our students sees them soaring like an eagle, with a 4,000 point lead by Christmas! Is the Premier League of House Competitions all but sown up? House Points are awarded for effort, excellence and collaborative work and Omega students will pick the bell as a reward for term 3.”
The second annual dodgeball tournament was a roaring success. House Leaders took on real responsibility throughout, by increasing participation (2x as much money raised this year) and umpiring the majority of the games. Well done to students from all houses who took part, had fun and most of all raised money £119 for a great cause. Omega was proud to have the biggest number of sides in the tournament, with 7E ending up in 3rd place overall! Well done to Mr. Barnard’s 8S who ran out eventual winners.”
Year 7 Camp 2017
House Camp for Omega, was a wet and wild one! Despite the conditions the attitude of the students was outstanding – all but 2 children attended the camp which is phenomenal. The support students provided for each other was a pleasure to watch, taking on challenges in the canopies or on the water. Omega House spirit is flying high – with Omega storming to the top of the House Point list!