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Year 11 Assembly Jan 2021

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Why Prefects?

  • To offer students the opportunity to adopt responsibility and develop their leadership skills.

  • To be positive role models by promoting high attendance and high standards of behaviour to other students.

  • To ultimately be a good citizen and develop employability skills.

Selection process

  • Prefect roles are open to students in KS 4.

  • Aspiring Prefects should complete an application form. Successful applications will result in an interview.

  • Head Boy/Girl positions are open exclusively to year 11 students.

  • Aspiring Head Boy/Girls will run a campaign and be voted into office by their peers.

  • For more information see Mrs Greenwood or Miss Rawlings.


Identification

  • Prefects wear a pale blue shirt and a dark blue prefect tie.

  • Head Boy/Girl are identified with a badge.

Visibility

  • Prefects sit as part of the stage party in all KS 3 assemblies.

  • Prefects work with year 7 and 8 tutor groups to offer support and develop a student voice.

Roles and responsibilities

  • Stage party: A prefect representative in every KS 3 assembly.

  • Duty: The Prefects carry out duties each week, supporting the staff before school and during break times.

  • Ambassadors: Prefects work as Academy representatives at Academy events, i.e. Academy productions, Parents Evenings, etc.

  • Tutor Buddies: Prefects are allocated to a specific year 7 or 8 tutor group to work with each Thursday.

  • Meetings: Prefects meet weekly with Mrs Greenwood and half termly with the Head of Academy.

‘Prefect perks’

  • The Prefect Pod is a designated area where the team can spend break and lunch.

  • ‘Chicken/Fish and chips’ vouchers are awarded to Prefects who consistently represent the Academy at additional events.

Fundraising

  • Prefects will organise events and collect money for charities on a regular basis, for example Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children.


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