We are the Student Senior Leadership Team and we represent the student body. It’s our responsibility to ensure that school life centres around the wants and needs of us, the students.
Meet the 2017/18 Student Senior Leadership Team:
(click on a name below to view their profile)
My name is Remsha and I’m Head Girl. I’m the Ambassador for Sophie Germain house: My main focus is PSHE which is personal, social and health education. This links into growth mindset, which I’m equally passionate about. I strongly believe that a positive mind will result in positive outcomes. To achieve these goals I want to create workshops and activities where all types of students can actively speak about PSHE issues. While doing so, they will hopefully realise that they are more articulate then they might think.
These are only two of the many goals and aspirations that I hope to achieve as Head Girl. However, I want to make sure that it’s the students that are at the centre of everything I do, as they are who I represent!
Hi, my name is Eden and I’m one of the Deputy Head Girls as well as the House Ambassador for Hepburn house. As Deputy Head Girl one of the main things I aim to focus on is the social aspects of school. I’m very passionate about mental health and bullying and I intend to spread awareness of these topics and ensure that everyone fully understands how topics like these can affect them. I’m also very passionate about the cooperative values (especially democracy), as I believe that they are more than just a badge, but they are something that we should follow and aim to practice in our everyday lives.
As Deputy Head Girl I want to act as a role model to others. I understand that we all make mistakes (even myself), but it should never give you a reason to give up. It’s important that you always continue to persevere, stay motivated, find inspiration in everything and always have a growth mindset.
My name is Jasalyn and I am Franklin’s House Ambassador and one of the Deputy Head Girls as part of the SSLT. My main goal that I want to achieve is to relieve year 10 and 11’s of the stress that can be put on them due to GCSE’s.
I also want to focus on extra curricular activities; making students aware of what’s available so they can make the most of the opportunities, which are not only great for college applications, but stress relieving, making friends, and finding new hobbies or passions.
I myself often get stressed easily when it comes to school and wanting to achieve better than my best, so I have found ways of getting around this, mainly developing my organisation skills, and spending some time doing extra curricular activities, whether it be music or sports. This is something I want to share with others to benefit them and due to my role, I am given a chance to do so. To achieve this, I am going to set up an assembly all about revision techniques, sources, and organisation tips that could benefit year 10 and 11 coming up around the November PPEs and GCSE time periods.
Hi, my name is Tayybah and I’m going to be focusing on the values of equality and equity. I will be helping new students transition as well as working alongside charity leaders to help promote events and raise money for different charities. I aim to help out with the new students by getting them to settle in comfortably and also by motivating younger students to be more confident and outgoing within the school and out.
I will also be working to raise awareness to different causes and help with the understanding of the charities and what their aims are. My aim is to encourage equality and equity amongst the students in school so that they can use these values not just in school but also out of school and hopefully maintain these values in the future.
My name is Zainab and the co-operative value that I mainly focus on is solidarity. If you know anything about me, it’s that I always try to get involved with anything creative and media-related. Whether it’s charity fundraising or competitions, extra-curricular activities or revision resources, you can trust me to get the message out to everyone in the most effective way possible.
I’ll be working with the media team in Whalley Range to help ensure you get all the latest updates and events in school. We’ve been starting to use more social media networks, such as Instagram or the school’s YouTube account. We’ve promoted our school and what we do quite a bit, such as the Instagram house takeover, where students, including me, posted pictures for a day showing what we represent as a house; our solidarity, mutual respect and sense of family!
If you ever need any help with anything techy, have any suggestions for the school website or Frog or just want to get involved, don’t be afraid to stop me in the corridor or try to find me and I’ll try my best to help you!