Student leadership


All Student Leaders

  • Be seen as positive role models around the Academy and in the community – including uniform, attendance, behaviour and dedication to school values
  • Attend after school events when required
  • Appropriate use of social media
  • To attend training sessions (mentoring and conflict resolution) relevant to your position
  • Assist with school assemblies if required
  • Attend meetings with your Team Leaders and Academy/E-Act Staff
  • Helping with Y6 transition
  • Challenge poor behaviour of other students
  • Lunchtime/break/P6 duties inc. Nurturing Hub

Academy Student Leadership:-

Captain of School

Vice-Captain of School

Head Boy/Girl

  • Represent the school at events i.e., parents evening, open evening
  • Make public speeches (open evening, awards evening)
  • Effectively manage the Student Leadership Team
  • Hold regular meetings with Student Leadership Team to share ideas and concerns with Pastoral Team
  • Show initiative and be proactive
  • Lead by example



Behaviour Team & Sports Leaders

  • On duty in hot spot areas during social time
  • 1:1 mentoring with repeat offenders
  • Challenge any poor behaviour when observed
  • Peer Mediators (trained in conflict resolution)
  • To hold sporting activities during lunchtime
  • Rewards & Nominations (EACT) to ensure staff are aware of whole school nominations for Thinking Big, Team Spirit, Doing The Right thing


Achievement & Standards Leaders

  • Offer P6/ lunchtime homework sessions
  • Offer mentoring to PA students to break down barriers to attendance/learning
  • Paired readers
  • Small group sessions with Y7 to learn to ‘tell the time’ / literacy skills
  • Prefects support with ‘Buddy Club’

Student Council & Community

  • Pupil Voice inc. KS3 Form/Council reps
  • Be responsible for keeping students/staff and wider community up to date with Student Leadership events and support available
  • Ensure inclusion of Nurturing Hub students
  • Strengthen School community by giving students a voice on decisions which are important to them.
  • Share information by creating Student Leadership weekly bulletin
  • Library support
  • Attend community events as representatives of the school
  • Community outreach
  • Paired reading at local schools

Fundraising Team

  • Arrange fundraising events throughout the academic year
  • Ensure that all staff and pupils are aware of national events i.e., MacMillan Coffee Morning, Red Nose Day, Mental Health Day, Children in Need and support these events
  • Awareness Assemblies (with support from Head Boy/ Head Girl) – i.e., anti-bullying week, diversity, and school values

Peer Mentors/Mediators:  All Student Leaders have a mentor/mediator responsibility 

  • 1:1 mentoring for those identified as vulnerable and at risk of social isolation
  • Resolve difficulties amongst pupils (will have training in conflict resolution)
  • Manage a ‘Buddy Club’ for pupils with lack of confidence to help support and encourage them to socialise with others.



  • Manage Homework Club in IT9 lunch time
  • Support Pastoral Team with equipment checks
  • Meet with form/council reps and share their pupil views at meetings
  • Complete corridor duties when required
  • Greet students during assembly
  • Create and hand out revision packs when required
  • Any other duties required by KS3 Team
  • Anti-bullying training (Kooth)


YEAR 8 & 9 Student Leaders

  • Mental Health Ambassadors
  • Riane Bradnock
  • Calum Evans
  • Dulcie-Mae Evans
  • Faith Hancock
  • Isabelle Hill
  • Reece Johnson
  • Isabel Lowe
  • Jayden Mills
  • Ben Plant
  • Viranjot Singh


  • Ensure students are aware of support available to them
  • Assist in Mental Health work shops
  • Signpost students to other agencies
  • Support in Buddy Club
  • 1:1 Mentoring Support
  • Assist with Nurturing Hub when required


Student Leadership training programmes

  • Conflict Resolution (ANW/JHO) – completed
  • Mentoring (ANW/JHO) – completed
  • Paired Reading (TMA) – 17/09/18
  • Toastmasters – Public Speaking (NDZ) – week beginning 10.09.18
  • Safeguarding Awareness (HF) – 06/09/18
  • Mental Health (EACT)
  • Impact of lost learning (MMA)
  • Basic Life Saving Skills (JMC)
  • Period 6 Management and Leadership course (GHU)





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