All students joining Manor School are allocated into one of four houses named after four great sporting heroes. During the year students take part in house activities through which they will earn house points. These allow students to claim rewards and also to contribute to the annual competition for the House Cup. Each house has its own nominated charity which it supports throughout the year, raising much needed awareness and holding fundraising events. Tutors are very much part of the house system and belong to the same house as their tutees.
Dame Ellen MacArthur DBE, yachting world record holder and the first woman ever to have sailed single-handed, non-stop around the world.
Martin Johnson CBE, Rugby World Cup winning captain, Grand Slam winning captain and twice captained the British and Irish Lions.
Dame Kelly Holmes DBE, gold medal winner in 800m and 1500m at the 2004 Summer Olympics, and heavily involved in youth sport, including the 2012 London Olympics.
Sir Steve Redgrave, world champion rower and winner of gold medals at five consecutive Olympics from 1984 to 2000.