House Leader – Adam Sherwood

WAF – Mr A Flett – Year 8 Mentor
WDB – Mr D Budd – Year 10 Mentor
WDL – Mr J Delmon – Year 10 Mentor
WDS – Miss D Stripp/Mrs E Rodway (Mon) – Year 9 Mentor
WHO – Mrs T Hobson – Year 9 Mentor
WLN – Miss L Nevitt – Year 7 Mentor
WMA – Mrs M Amigo-Sariego – Year 8 Mentor
WMH – Mrs M Harper – Year 11 Mentor
WNE – Mrs N Netschepir – Year 7 Mentor
WNP – Mr N Potter – Year 7 Mentor

Wiggins ‘House Ethos’

“Just Do It!”

Why ‘Wiggins’?

When Hailsham Community College’s House system was first introduced in 2001, the names reflected our sporting focus as a newly designated Specialist Sports College. In 2013, we have been exploring ways of supporting the Olympic legacy in order to provide a lasting reminder of the phenomenal success and achievement of 2012’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Cyclist Bradley Wiggins was born on 28 April 1980. At the age of 12 he started to race at the Herne Hill Velodrome. In his teenage years he took part in the London Youth Games and won the World Junior Pursuit when he was 17. Wiggins quickly became one of the best young talents in British cycling and at the age of 20, he became a medal winner, taking bronze with his teammates to start what would become a huge Olympic medal haul.

In the summer of 2012 Bradley Wiggins went down in history as the first British sportsman ever to win the Tour de France and he then followed this incredible achievement with an Olympic Gold Medal in the Time Trial event.