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The Henry Cort Community College appoints Prefects each year in the summer term to undertake various roles and responsibilities around the college within the Student Voice, both during the college day and at extra-curricular events. 

This is a perfect role for students in Year 10 and 11 who want to take on extra responsibility, extend their experience and provide themselves with opportunities which will support their applications to college and university and to work.

The application process is clear and formal, and Henry Cort Prefects are expected to establish and maintain the highest standards of behaviour and attitude at all times, providing a positive role model for other students across the college.

Have you got what it takes to be a Henry Cort Prefect?

  • Prefects are to set an example at ALL times
  • They are ROLE MODELS to the rest of the college
  • Therefore they must uphold the HIGHEST standards at all times – Including uniform, adhere to college rules, effort, attendance, punctuality, attitude, respect, manners, motivation to work etc

We are proud to announce that the following students have been accepted to represent our school as prefects and senior prefects! Being a prefect means being a good role model towards the other students and showing the highest standard in all times with uniform, attitude, behaviour, manners, motivation to work, attendance and attitude to learning.   Following interviews held in July we are excited to appoint Head Girl - Emma Mouncey, Head Boy - Will Steer, Deputy Head Girl - Pip Hemingway and Deputy Head Boy - Alex Savage. 





Senior Prefects

Zoe Stocks, Lauren Evans, Spencer Hancock, Ellie Cherrington

Senior Prefects

Samuel Brooks, Anna Holley, Ethan Maddox-Hinton, Maggie Rowlett,  Ethan Farrell

Senior Prefect

Kirsty Wareham-Collins

Senior Prefect

Kimberly Marshall


Alex Chivers, Anastasia Mullen, Charles Higgs, Charlotte Galloway, Hazel Lee, Kian Osmond, Leila Karim, Maddy Hook, Megan Lee, Mia Thomas, Rob Lennon, Sammy Westmuckett, Tim Summers, Xiana Williams


Adam Thompson, Aiden Smart, Amy Gibbons, Ben Campbell, Charlie Steer, Izzy Smithson, Jen Linter, Katie Privett, Lydia Le Broq, Maddie Scappaticci,  Patrick Kerr, Rowan Browning, Sarah McCardle, Sophie Crook, Sophie Linter, Zoe Bovill


Amelia Salkeld, Beth Connors, Charlotte Smith, Danni England, Elishka Liskutin, Freya Peck, Harry Lee, Josh Price, Kaedan Swinburn, Luke Arnold, Sam Javes, Sian Bowen, Will Bell


Alfie Birks, Brandon Gee, Callum Warren, Catherine Brewerton, Dan Opanszki, Emily Way, Erin Lindsell, Lauren Kidd. Lavin Karim, Luci Baldwin, Maya Morgan, Megan Clarke, Niamh Edmonds, Rosina Fogwell, Sadie Robert, Sam Upton, Seb Howes

All prefects will be involved in the  Student Voice and will have different roles to play.

  • Teaching and Learning group will help support by being a numeracy ambassador, student tour guide or support in faculties. 
  • Student Support prefects will be student buddies or injury assistants, part of the restorative team or a numeracy ambassador. 
  • Environment prefects will help support the college Environment Heroes with the site team,
  • Sports Leadership prefects will be sports leaders, team captains for college teams, coaching or personal trainers. 

Following the Head Girl/Boy interviews, some students had very strong interviews and we felt they deserved some recognition so they have been appointed as Student Voice Chairs:

  • Student Support: Kimmi Marshall,
  • Teaching & Learning: Zoe Stocks,
  • Environment: Ethan Maddox-Hinton
  • Sports Leadership: Ellie Cherrington. 

Year 11 students unsuccessful this time will be able to reapply for any prefect or senior prefect roles in October.

Page updated: 21 August 2018
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