Lambert House was formed when the single day girls' house grew out of all proportion. It was named after Agnes Lambert, the wife of William Dauntsey, the school's founder. There are more than 60 girls in the House, sharing accommodation with King-Reynolds (the other day girls' house) in a modern purpose-built building, close to the Memorial Hall.
Girls share comfortable and homely common rooms, have separate work rooms for quiet studies and a super kitchen for much needed coffee and toast during the day. Trips are organised by year groups and in recent years; jewellery-making, theatre trips, meals out, ice-skating, quasar, movie nights, bowling (and, of course, shopping) have all proved popular.
The atmosphere is friendly, cheerful and informal, with the Housemistress and four tutors all on hand to give advice and guidance - both academic and pastoral - whenever it is needed.
Housemistress - Kirsty Clark
Kirsty completed her geography degree at Manchester University and she joined the Geography Department of Dauntsey's in 2005.
Kirsty has been a house tutor at Dauntsey's and was appointed Deputy Housemistress of Lambert House in 2011 and Housemistress the following year. Kirsty has three daughters, all of whom are now pupils at Dauntsey's. Kirsty is a keen swimmer and hockey player and in her spare time she enjoys cooking and reading.