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Student Voice

Student voice is run by you!

We believe all students should have a say in their college.  We have an active student council who meet to discuss key issues and report back to the Principal. 

Student voice is split into four areas:

Student Voice

  • Teaching and Learning to improve the learning experience for students;
  • Environment and Culture to create a more environmentally friendly place, improve the college site, facilities and student interactions;
  • Student Support to make the college a safer more enjoyable place to support and improve student well-being and learning;
  • Events Management to provide further opportunities within the college for students to lead and plan activities to benefit students and the wider community.

The college has focused on developing a restorative justice approach, older students are trained as restorative justice mentors and Cyber Ambassadors to help support younger students and their peers in resolving any issues you might have.

Student Leadership

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.   For the first time we have appointed Year 10 prefects to help with succession when Year 11 leave.  Our Student Leadership Team was appointment as follows:

  • Head Girl - Olivia Sussmes
  • Head Boy - Joel Smith
  • Deputy Head Girl - Hannah Whyley
  • Deputy Head Boy - Josh Efford. 

Senior Prefects

  • Student Support: Isabelle Kimberley and Ethan Storey,
  • Teaching & Learning: Alice Crossley and Tyler Foreman,
  • Culture & Environment: Amber Jeffrey and Cara Webb
  • Event Management: Olivia Radford and Ollie Ingram. 

We are continuing with our fundraising efforts!

Win a signed Portsmouth FC football shirt!

Tickets £1 each - available from the progress office.





 Page updated: 19 March 2020

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