Welcome to Thomas-Sharman House!
Thomas-Sharman is a conflation of two traditional Chatham and Clarendon houses—Thomas’s House and Sharman House. “Thomas” is named after Arthur Lewis Thomas, an ex-teacher of the Ramsgate County School (which was situated on the Clarendon House site), where he taught Classics, games and music. Sadly, he was killed in action in the Great War. “Sharman” is named after the British astronaut Helen Sharman, who travelled into space in 1989. Thomas-Sharman’s House colour is red and is represented by a red stripe on the boys’ ties.
The Head of House for Thomas-Sharman is Mr Harris, who has worked at this school for ten years and who teaches English and Film Studies. He is very proud to be overseeing the pastoral and academic life of Thomas-Sharman students.
As of this date, each form has selected their form captains—Form Captain, Sport Captain and Charities Captain (as well as the crucial role of School Council Representative) and we are ready to give this year all we’ve got. Hopefully this year we can come first in the various cups and competitions!