Malala House

Hi my name is Mrs Smith and I’m the science technician here at Winton and I support your science teachers with practical equipment, so that they can help you explore all the exciting wonders that science has to offer!

Mrs Smith & Mrs Sebon

Head of Malala House

Hi my name is Mrs Sebon and I am a student welfare leader here at the school and I am here to support all our pupils' well-being. Should you ever need a chat, my door is always open.

Malala was born on 12 July 1997 in Pakistan and was taught at home by her father before attending school. By the time she was 11, she was already speaking out about the importance of education for girls because at that time, the education of girls was not seen as important . In 2012, when she was just 15, she was shot by the Taliban while travelling home after sitting an exam.

Since that day she has become an ambassador for every child’s right to have an education and against all odds, Malala showed great perseverance, resilience and commitment to her education.

We, as your house heads, believe that these are the qualities for you to strive towards, as part of your journey in school, and within Malala house, with us supporting you all the way.

As Malala famously once said, “One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world!”

Together we are your Malala Heads of house and our mission is to help put more fun back into the school after such a difficult year of COVID restrictions.

‘Cooperation is key and teamwork makes the dream work, so get involved, get competing and be the best you that you can possibly be!’