Turing House

House values:  Innovative, Resourceful, Tenacious

Head of House: Miss Danaher

Who is Alan Turing?

Alan Turing OBE was an established Mathematician and computer scientist. He is most recognised for his work in World War II, where he was responsible for breaking the Nazi Enigma code. This work played a key part in allowing his allies to win the war in Europe. The work of Alan Turing formed the foundations of the technology we now use daily, with Turing creating one of the first computers. Faced with much adversity in his life, Turing can be admired for his innovations, determination and resilience.


What does Turing represent?

Alan Turing represents the values of being innovative, resourceful and tenacious.

Painting of Alan Turing created by the Year 9 Art Club.

Alan Turing - Turing House

An introduction from Miss Danaher – Head of Turing, Teacher of PE

From a young age, I have always been involved with sport. I have competed at a variety of levels at a variety of different sports, Netball being my favourite. During my journey to becoming and PE teacher, I have had the opportunity to work in America, supporting children to become active, a life experience I will never forget.

During my spare time, if I am not playing netball I can be found reading or watching sport.

As Head of House, I am proud to represent Alan Turing. His perseverance and determination are qualities we should all aspire to show throughout our school lives.

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