DeHav
3270

Points

Hatfield
3100

Points

Audrey
2930

Points

Ely
2920

Points

Salisbury2
2260

Points

Onslow
2200

Points

House System

In September 2018 we introduced the new House System.  Students in Years 7 through to 11 had their form name replaced with a house name, all of which are based on the History of Onslow St Audrey’s.  Students can earn points for attendance, behaviour and through inter-house competitions.

Audrey

Princess Etheldreda was also known as Audrey. Born in 632AD, the daughter of an Anglo-Saxon King of East Anglia. She married Prince Tondbert, and as a wedding gift was given the city of Ely.

DeHav

Geoffrey de Havilland, pioneering aircraft designer and founder of the de Havilland Aircraft Company purchased some farmland close to Hatfield for an aerodrome.

Ely

Bishops of Ely owned the land on which the town of Hatfield stood.

Salisbury2

The third Marquess of Salisbury was the last prime minister to run Britain from the House of Lords, for most of the period between June 1885 and his retirement in 1902. Owned Hatfield House.

Onslow

The Onslow family originally came from Shropshire, but in 1560. Fulk Onslow bought land and property in Hatfield.

Hatfield

In the Saxon period Hatfield was known as Hetfelle, but by the year 970, when King Edgar gave 5,000 acres to the monastery of Ely, it had become known at Haethfeld.