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Prefect Team 2016

Congratulations to the Year 10 students listed below who have all been selected in the first draft of the 2016/17 Prefect Team.  Owing to complications with the submission of some applications, the process has been slightly delayed this year.  Those students who have not been selected will be regularly considered at frequent points throughout Year 11.  Prefects will be presented with their tie and badge during Lower School Honours Assemblies in the final week of term.  Duties will be assigned at the start of the new Academic Year in September.  

We wish all of our Year 10 students an enjoyable final week of Work Experience.

Allen, Harry

Cuba, Gabriella

Baker, Liam

Culham, Sam

Barritt, Gemma

Daniels, Darcey

Berry, James

Dodds, Amy-Rose

Bray, Luke

Du Preez, Grace

Brown, George

Dyer, Rachel

Brown, Harriet

Emmerton, Sophie

Buchanan, Rachel

Farmer, Grace

Campbell, Abigail

Ford, Natasha

Campen, Nicholas

Freeman (Venables) Lauren

Freeman, Nicole

Castleton, Georgia

Fullick, Sam

Cavalier, Leanne

Gibbons, Glyn

Chalk, Joe

Gibson, Amy

Chatfield, Phoebe

Gooden, Tylan

Choo, Annis

Gould, Molley

Clarke, James

Hagon, Cerys

Clark-Smith, Mia

Hastings, Christopher

Coker, Toby

Hawes, Holly

Colbey, Fynn

Hudson, Luke

Collins, Kayleigh

Hughes, Megan

Cottam, Joseph

Hutchins, Kieran

Kennedy, Michelle

Righton, Tomas

Knight, Lucia

Schubert, Dylan

Leverington, Kaitlin

Scott-Duncan, Harrison

Lindo, Molly

Sounes, Edward

Mann, Ashley

Stapleton, Rose

March, Theodore

Strangwick, Abigail

Martin, Joshua

Stroud, Callum

Maskell, Annabelle

Surface, Abbie

McGinley, Ben

Swinford-Howe, Erin

McLintock, Nia

Tanner, Holly

Mould, Jessica

Taylor, Lydia

Murphy, Charlotte

Treen, Jack

Nicholas, Luke

Upton, Elizabeth

Nicholls, Jessica

Wakeling, Lauren

Passmore, Lauren

Walter, Kieran

Pinkerton, Lilly

Warren, Sian

Pipe, Daisy

Weston, David

Port, Jasmine

Whitehead, Louise

Powell, Katherine

Wignall, Ruby

Radziusz, Thomas

Woolley, Ellie-Anne

Reeve, Daniella

Worboyes, Aimee

Richardson, Isabelle

Wright, Jack

Information for Students and Parents on the Selection Process for Prefects

As we move towards the final term, Year 10 will make the transition to become the oldest Year group in the Upper School.  At this time, we select a group of students from within the cohort to assume the position of prefects.

What is a prefect?

Prefects take on a form of guidance and a leadership role within the student body of the academy.  They will assist with daily duties and whole academy events.  They are expected to become role models for their peers, arriving to the academy on time, wearing their uniform correctly and acting in a way that other students should aspire to.  There is no single quality (or combination of qualities) that determines a good prefect.  Everyone brings different qualities to the position and the success of the team is based upon just that.  This is an important role within our academy and any prefect not maintaining the high standards expected may result in them being withdrawn from their position.

How are prefects selected?

All students in Year 10 have been addressed in assembly and are actively invited to apply for the position of prefect.  The application form can be found below. All applications will be considered and the names of these students will then go forward to our staff body who will be allowed to make a set number of nominations.  From these nominations, a panel will consider and agree on the final selection.  Attendance, punctuality, attitudes to learning and personal qualities will also be considered in the final selection.  The deadline for applications is Friday 17 June.

How many prefects are selected?

There is no set number of prefect positions.  The number of successful applicants will depend on the quality of the field.  In 2014, 48 students were chosen from 135 applicants.  In 2015, 75 students were chosen from 165 applicants.  These groups were then added to over the course of Year 11.

How will they know if they have been selected as a prefect?

Students that are successful with their prefect application will have their names displayed on the academy website on Friday 1 July.  Those who are unsuccessful will be considered at regular points throughout Year 10 and 11. 

A formal presentation to students will be made in Lower School Honours Assemblies at the end of July. 

Should you wish to discuss any aspect of the selection process for prefects, please contact me at the academy.                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr S Richardson

Shirley Wheeler,
20 May 2016, 06:30
Shirley Wheeler,
8 Jun 2016, 00:29