Saints' House is the first and only co-educational Day House at Lancing College, welcoming boys and girls from 13 to 18 years of age and offering a unique experience. The founding Housemistress, Mrs Sue Lawrence, and her team have a huge enthusiasm for Saints' House and the wellbeing of every member.

Being a new House, Saints' boasts an array of brand new work areas, a new common room and a friendly dining area where students are welcomed and encouraged to socialise together. Uniquely, Saints' students are allocated to a 'family': a group of students of all ages, both boys and girls, who meet for breakfasts and social occasions, helping and encouraging a harmonious and happy environment in this friendly House. 

Saints' House is about unity. Boys and girls have the opportunity to socialise in mixed common areas and form friendships and bonds. These friendships, whilst demystifying the opposite gender, will help prepare students for later life, ready for university and the wider world after the College.

To be a Saints' student is to be a true part of what Lancing College represents, and something any boy and girl would, and should, be proud of.


Mrs Sue Lawrence

Mrs Sue Lawrence

Housemistress, DT Teacher

Meet the staff

Saints' Common Room
  • Mrs Sue Lawrence
    Housemistress, DT Teacher
  • Mr Nicholas Beeby
    Assistant Housemaster, Director of Drama and Dance
  • Mrs Allie Kirk
  • Mr Tim Auty
    House Tutor, Head of Photography
  • Dr Amanda Currie
    House Tutor, Biology Teacher
  • Mr Christopher Langworthy
    House Tutor, Assistant Director of Music
  • Mrs Michelle Porter
    House Tutor, Physics Teacher
  • Mr Peter Tarbet
    House Tutor, Mathematics Teacher