Since the start of September our Lower Sixth students have been working to become prefects – ambassadors for their departments and leaders for the whole school. Applying to be a prefect is no easy task, with the process seeking to find the very best role models for our school.
This morning our Lower Sixth came forward in the chapel and received confirmation of their roles, along with their prefect badges and distanced handshake with the Head.
Addressing the whole school, Deputy Head of Sixth Form, Lucy Jupp said:
“Whatever our Sixth Form choose to do next we want them to have the powerful combination of academic curiosity, integrity, and also leadership skills.
“When it comes to leadership, it’s not simply a title or a badge, it is an attitude and what you will see in our Lower Sixth prefects are the leadership skills of role models. Students are at the heart of everything we do and our prefects have a voice and help feed into that journey. Our prefects will be challenged as leaders to make tough decisions, developing skills which can enable positive change in the future for those who come after us. It is my absolute pleasure to confirm our Lower Sixth prefects.”
|Biology & cookery school||Grace|
|DT & Outdoor Pursuits||Ben|
|English & Chapel||George|
|Geography & Outdoor Pursuits||Jenna|
|Learning Support & cookery school||Ellie|
|Maths & Outdoor Pursuits||Sophie|
|MFL & Charity||Lara|
|Music, Charity & Chapel||Katie|
|Psychology & outdoor pursuits||Charlie|