College appoints its new student leaders

PUBLISHED: 12:42 24 July 2013 | UPDATED: 12:42 24 July 2013

Axe Valley Community College headteacher Martin Smith and head of year Ian Hunt with the new senior prefects:   Jess Board, Josh Bolton, Jade Bridge, Harriet Burrough, Tom Lowe, Grace Lynn, Holly Stock, Callum Eastwood, Sam Harris, Jess King and Jamie Walker.

Axe Valley Community College headteacher Martin Smith and head of year Ian Hunt with the new senior prefects: Jess Board, Josh Bolton, Jade Bridge, Harriet Burrough, Tom Lowe, Grace Lynn, Holly Stock, Callum Eastwood, Sam Harris, Jess King and Jamie Walker.

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Stuart Wight and Heidi Miller named the new head boy and girl at The Axe Valley Community College

The Axe Valley Community College has appointed a new head boy and girl.

Stuart Wight and Heidi Miller were awarded the roles after a tough selection process.

A new senior prefect team has also been appointed.

Headteacher, Martin Smith, presented them with their badges at the end of term assembly today (Wednesay, July 24).

Current year 10 students were encouraged to apply for the roles and interviews were conducted by Mr Smith and Ian Hunt, Head of Year.

Mr Smith said: “Deciding who would become the head boy and head girl this year was difficult with such a strong field.

Stuart and Heidi were selected for their outstanding leadership qualities and their exemplary contribution to the college and the wider community.

“It is a prestigious role and we are very proud to have such superb role models in our school. Congratulations to them and all of the senior prefects.”

The senior prefect team will work closely with Mr Smith and Mr Hunt over the next year to lead improvements and run events for the school.

The new senior prefects are: Jess Board, Josh Bolton, Jade Bridge, Harriet Burrough, Tom Lowe, Grace Lynn, Holly Stock, Callum Eastwood, Sam Harris, Jess King and Jamie Walker.


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