Macmillan House 

We are named after the charity Macmillan Cancer Support. Identifiable by our red House colours, we pride ourselves on ‘Setting the Standard’.

We in Macmillan believe in getting the small things right and, when this is achieved, excellence will follow. Macmillan House care about the wellbeing and happiness of each person at Frogmore. We have a relentless focus on kindness, respect and high standards, be it uniform, classwork or good manners. Macmillan students are expected to set a high standard in order to inspire others.

House Charity

Key People in Macmillan House

Director of Progress: Mr G Birch


Assistant Director of Progress: Mr N Maunders

Heads of House: Farrah Maddox & Aylin Kilinc 

Testimonials

  • "You are treated like an adult and are allowed to make your own choices to help improve your learning." Charlie, Y8
  • "The best thing about Frogmore is the fact that all the teachers know who everyone is and each individual is treated as themselves and are encouraged to be their own person." Katie, Y8
  • "I like that the school is small as it means all the teachers know each student and it makes the school a lot closer." Lara, Y10
  • "The Technology in the school is amazing in my opinion, both the computers and the design technology. There's also a feeling that you can go to any one of your teachers, and tell them how you feel. Which is amazing for everyone here." Reece, Y9
  • "The best thing about Frogmore is all the teachers try their best to make lessons fun and interesting." Christine, Y8
  • "I feel a lot of the time the work I am given in class is not too hard and not too easy. When I finish all my work there is nearly always something else to stretch me." Olivia, Y8
  • "The best thing about Frogmore is the vertical tutor groups because you can help get advice from other years." James, Y8
  • "We’re like a big family and everyone helps each other. " Scarlett, Y7
  • "I make a lot of progress in school because of the teachers. " Georgia, Y9
  • "I can't praise the school and individual teaching staff more highly. Charlie is supported so well both from his perspective and ours as parents. " Parents of Charlie