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Rendsburg

Rendsburg is a German city and the House colour is red.
The staff member responsible for Rendsburg is Mr Matt Flory.

 

The student Leadership Team for Rendsburg in 2018-2019
House Captain Rosie Mills
Deputy House Captain Clara Marwedel
Games Captain Georgina Harper
Charity Representative Leila Mitchell and Maddie Whitaker
KS3 Mentors Year 7 Qissy Mortimer and Isobel Russell
KS3 Mentors Year 8 Evie Mynott and Hannah Norfolk
KS3 Mentors Year 9 Nell Manson and Georgina McCulloch

 

Welcome to Rendsburg!

Being in Rendsburg has been a defining part of my school identity since I joined in LGGS in Year 7, with many of my favourite school memories being about House events, so this role as House Captain means a lot to me. Winning the Performing Arts Festival in Year 7 drew me fully into the crazy fun of House pride at LGGS, which continued through the years with my continued commitment to Rendsburg, causing me to dress up as a pirate, toddler and clown, somehow conduct an orchestra and give a frankly bizarre speech about flying a giant carrot to Mars. Music Festival, Performing Arts Festival, Sports Day and Public Speaking are just some of the more major House competitions that have been such fun opportunities for me, all of which I recommend getting involved with.

One of the most exciting things about Rendsburg is that there is such a strong sense of community, as members of your House become your teammates, fellow actors, dancers and singers, your biggest supporters and best friends. As part of this community your House team will always be here to help if you need advice, particularly the new Mentors for Years 7, 8 and 9. Often Rendsburg is characterised as the loud House, full of strong personalities - I expect we will more than live up to that expectation this year!

With so many people and talents, it is easy for us to get behind charity events, to try and make a positive change in the world. Rendsburg has always tried to help make that change in creative and interesting ways, with bake sales and lots of dressing up. With two new Charity Mentors this year, there will be a big push to getting as many people as possible involved in raising money and awareness for our charity.

Sadly, this year, the long-running Head of House, Mrs Strachan retired. She will be missed by many of us, and we are all very thankful for her terrific management of our House over the years and wish her well in her retirement. However, we are happy to welcome the equally brilliant Mr Flory as our new Head of House, and wish him good luck for the following years.

To be House Captain is such an honour, considering Rendsburg has brought me so much joy over the years and caused me to meet some of the most wonderful people I know. I can’t imagine a better way to spend my last year at LGGS, and am very grateful for this opportunity to lead the best House. I would like to thank everyone who has helped to raise money and has participated in events in the name of Rendsburg, and hope everyone has had fun in the process. So coming of victory or defeat, Rendsburg will flourish and grow due to all the fantastic people here.

Rosie Mills, Captain of Rendsburg House

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