To encourage the pursuit of excellence, whether in sport or within the academic and pastoral life of the school, each child joins one of four houses.

The houses are named after one of the ponds of Wimbledon Common:

Kingsmere (Red)
Bluegate (Blue)
Queensmere (Green)
Ravine (Yellow)

Boys are given house points for acts of kindness, particularly good behaviour or notable academic achievement. They are highly motivated by this structure and quickly form an allegiance to their house. A sense of friendly fun and competition is evident as the house points are counted and the House Cup is awarded at the end- of- week Celebration Assembly. The senior boys serve as house captains and take great pride in overseeing the counting of eagerly collected house points.

We have a School Council with representation from each year group. They discuss fund-raising and represent the boys' perspective on the developing life of WCPS. This benefits the whole school community. A recent discussion led to the purchase of a Friendship Bench which is now placed on the terrace. This provides a space that boys can use when they would like another boy to come alongside and provide friendly encouragement and support.

At WCPS we place great emphasis on kindness and care for others, on good manners and a tidy appearance. We encourage the boys to be proud of themselves as individuals and to value the individuality of those around them. We appreciate our life together as a school community and seek to help boys thrive in this safe and secure environment.

We believe boys prosper in every possible way when there is close co-operation between home and school. Parents are encouraged to be involved in the life of the school through home / school books, picking - up and dropping - off chats, more formal parent / teacher meetings, Open Mornings, class assemblies and school performances. Each family is a member of The Friends of Squirrels and is invited to enjoy the many social occasions that this support group organise throughout the year.