Welcome to Keller House
Keller House is named after a very special lady called Helen Keller. She is an excellent example to us of someone who had many disadvantages in life but overcame them and went on to do good for others.
If you would like to find out more about Helen Keller’s life you can visit the Helen Keller online museum.
Head of House: Mrs E. Ward
Deputy Head of House: Miss D. Buschor
Tutors: House Captains:
Keller 1 Miss Bonarski Alice Meredith
Keller 2 Miss Steer-Smith John Reader-Hanger
Keller 3 Miss Maunder
Keller 4 Miss Topp House Team Members:
Keller 5 Miss Rey Amy Packwood
Keller 6 Mrs Reid Ben Roberts
Keller 7 Miss Dicker Beth Vince (Charity Rep.)
Keller 8 Miss Thorn Elena Thornton (Charity Rep.
Emily King (Sports Captain)
Henry Olliffe (Sports Captain)
Diabetes is a common life-long health condition. There are 2.8 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK and an estimated 850,000 people who have the condition and don’t know it.
Within Keller House we have 3 students diagnosed with Diabetes and throughout Thamesmead that are 5 students learning to cope with the condition.