Student Voice Elections

Each year the two Head Students will speak in assemblies about the application process to become either a House Form Rep, a Year Captain or to just get involved in one of the four Committees. This is every students’ opportunity to have a voice and to contribute in decision-making in and around the school. To make this happen students need to put themselves forward and get elected.

Form House Reps

At the beginning of the year, each form will elect two Form House Reps from within the form. These Reps will have an input in house fund raising events, as well as representing their form in Student Voice Forums.

Form House Rep - Job Description

Main Responsibilities

Personal Qualities

Collects form messages from pigeon holes every morning To be able to inspire a team
Reports to reception if tutor or other teacher is not there To be able to help make positive decisions
Encourages students to get involved in House events To listen and feedback important information
Works alongside their House leaders in organising fund raising events To be friendly and positive to all students
Acts as a role model for other students To be enthusiastic and committed
Being part of an interview panel for staff appointments  
Represent your form in Students Voice Forums every term  
Informing the form on House points totals  
Choose one committee that they will be involved in  

Year Captains

The next stage of the tier system and election process is the position of Year Captains. The election for this position takes place once all of the House Form Reps have been elected. Students can only apply if they are already a House Form Rep. The application forms and the application process will involve a written application, a short listing process and then interviews with Heads of House, Prefects and members of the Senior Leadership Team. This is a prestigious position, so we want the very best student for each role.

Year Captain - Job Description
Main Responsibilities
Personal Qualities
Represent your year group in the main school council student voice meeting To be able to work in a team
A regular, leading member on staff interview panels To have excellent leadership skills
To lead House events alongside your Head of House To be a role model
To have leadership responsibilities in their chosen committees To be well organised
Organise House Form Reps To work alongside Sixth Form and members of staff
  To be a good communicator

To be an ambassador for the school