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Fleming College has three houses, Jeffreys, Bannister and Hawking. The House system allows the students to compete in teams which are made up of students from all the age ranges of the school. Each house is led by staff and students, a House Coordinator and House Captains are named each year. Many activities contribute to allow students and staff to accumulate points for their house. Examples of such activities are the Olympics, the "Floral Games" or Spanish Week, the English Week, Social Work such as the collecting of bottle tops as a way of buying wheelchairs for hospital San Juan de Dios etc.  The range of activities allows students to use their many talents. Regular assemblies are held to motivate participation in house activities and to keep the students informed as to how many points their house has accumulated. At the end of the year each winning house will be presented with a shield.

 
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The houses are named after people who have contributed in particular ways to the development of mankind.

Alec Jeffreys is a British geneticist who is renowned for inventing genetic fingerprinting which allows individuals to be identified by their DNA and is used in police profiling etc.

Sir Roger Bannister ran the first four minute mile in history, breaking a barrier that had been challenging athletics for a long time.

Professor Stephen Hawking suffers from motor neurone disease which has led to him being severely handicapped. Despite this, he has become a leading physicist in many fields, increasing our understanding of black holes  in space and many other aspects of the physical world.

 
   
 
   
 
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