Ramsey facts and figures

The ‘House of Ramsey’ is named after the legendary England and Ipswich manager Sir Alfred Ernest ‘Alf’ Ramsey. He was born on 20th January 1920, and after a playing career that included playing for Tottenham Hotspur and England, he went into management. His breakthrough came when he managed Ipswich Town where during his 8 year reign he led them from the old 3rd to 1st division and won the league in their first year in the top flight. He then went on to manage England where in 1966 he led them to the world cup title. His statue outside of Portman Road was sculpted by Sean Hedges-Quinn (an ex-Westbourne student).

House colour: Red

Assembly Day: Friday

Head of House: Mr Danny Payne

Pastoral Lead: Ms Shaffron McKnight Shaw

Ramsey Ethos

As a member of our house we will all have that winning spirit. We will aspire to be successful like the England World Cup winning team. Sir Alf Ramsey once said “The missing of chances is one of the great mysteries of life”. Team Ramsey take our chances and ensure that through education we strive to better ourselves.

Through collaboration and cooperation we become valued members of society. We achieve the very best we can.

Remember, to belong to ‘Ramsey’ house stands for a reason.






YES! We are all of those and together we will advance.