Thomas Sharman

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 many, many years and who teaches English and Film Studies. He is very proud to be overseeing the pastoral and academic life of Thomas-Sharman students.

The chosen House charity is Pilgrims Hospice in Margate, which is dedicated to providing a range of care and support for people with life-limiting conditions. This current academic year (2022-2023), Thomas-Sharman raised £1046.88 during Charity Week.


Form Tutors

  • 10TSB: J Gibbons
  • 10TSG: T Reeves / R Griffiths
  • 11TSB: N Sotiri
  • 11TSG: A Kemp


House Captains 2022 - 2023

  10TSb 10TSg 11TSb 11TSg
Form Captain TBC Apollo Stocker Alfie Meise Katie March
Vice Captain TBC Emma Huttley Mac Yang --
Sports Captain TBC Bethany Miller Tom Gough Evie Barry
Charity Captain TBC Jax Hall Sam Bennett Maria Piecuch & Grace Chamberlain
School Council TBC Saskia Howard Louca Theodoru-Bunce Maria Piecuch & Grace Chamberlain