Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid was an Iraqi-British architect and the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize and the Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects. She was described as the “Queen of the Curve” and designed many beautiful buildings, including the aquatic centre for the London 2012 Olympics.
“I will never give myself the luxury of thinking, ‘ I’ve made it. ‘” – Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid
Head of House: Miss Andreone
“Zaha Hadid’s ground breaking work, innovative spirit, and unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of design serve as an inspiration to us all. Her legacy not only symbolises excellence in architecture but also represents the limitless possibilities that await those who dare to dream big and break barriers. In embodying Zaha Hadid’s values, our school fosters a culture of ambition and the belief that we can achieve greatness. Her influence is a guiding light for our educational journey.”
House Captain: Ciara Norman
“I greatly appreciate being a representative of a house which holds the values of such an admirable strong woman. In her footsteps, I feel I have the capability to confidently pass her ideology across to my peers within school across all year groups. The opportunity to show Zaha Hadid’s passion and dedication to her dreams is something I am so proud to carry with me.”