Student Leadership Team

 

2017-2018

JOSEPH RICKMAN
Head Boy 

LAUREN BRAMLEY
Head Girl

TOMMY GALPIN and CHARLIE ILLINGWORTH
Deputy Head Boys

PHOEBE PONTET and CARMEN KEEN
Deputy Head Girls

JENNIFER BATHURST
ZOE LAWRENCE
FALLON WESTON
Prefects 


ALEX CHAPMAN and HOLLY THOMPSON
Student Community Leaders - Goodwood 

JESSICA HAYLER and KAMATZ BURKHARD-HALL
Student Community Leaders - Wiston 

PACEY BAKER and ELLIOTT BAKER
Student Community Leaders - Petworth 


LILY MAE BEANEY
ARCHIE BOTTERILL
CHARLIE BYLETT
AARON BYNE
AMELIA ROSE COX
DANIEL FREEMAN
GEORGIA GREEN
EMMA HOWSON
MADDIE HUFF
FELICITY LONG
JAKE LOTT
CAITLIN MAIN
NATHANIEL MOLINEAUX-INGLIS
CARA NEALE
ISOBEL NICHOLS
KAYLA RUSTON

NICOLA STUBBS
KATIE WEBBER
Peace Ambassadors


FENELLA AUSTIN
JAMIE BANKS
LILLY-MAE BEANEY

ARCHIE BOTTERILL
CHARLIE BYLETT
AARON BYNE
AMELIA ROSE COX
GEORGIA GREEN
MADDISON HOLDEN
EMMA HOWSON

EMILY JAMES
JAKE LOTT
CAITLIN MAIN
ISOBEL NICHOLS
KAYLA RUSTON
NICOLA STUBBS
ELLENOR WILSON
HARVEY WHITE

Mentors to Year 7 students

 

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About Student Leadership Team roles

We strongly encourage leadership and mentoring opportunities for students, which allows them to get to know and work with students from all years.

In a process beginning in Year 10, a Head Boy and Girl are appointed, together with deputies and a team of prefects. As the Student Leadership Team, these students are given the opportunity to influence decision making at the Academy, helping to shape the school for the benefit of their fellow students.

Other leadership roles give students recognition as:

• Student Ambassadors, representing the Academy as hosts at public events

• Sports Leaders who demonstrate commitment and passion to sporting excellence

• Peace Ambassadors who help to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all students

• Student Community Leaders, championing fundraising and inter-Community activities throughout the year

Students taking these roles are also invited to represent the student body on a Safeguarding and Wellbeing Committee.

Towards the end of Year 7, students are invited to apply for mentoring roles in Year 8, to support and guide the transition to secondary school for the new intake.

All of our student leadership roles empower students to work creatively in partnership with others to achieve shared goals, as well as provide ongoing training that will prove invaluable skills for their future development.

Our Communities

On entering the Academy, students become a member of one of three Communities. Belonging to a Community creates a cohesive and friendly environment that helps students feel a sense of belonging