Meet The Senior Students
Hello, my name is Kirsty and I am Head Girl at Shevington High School. I hope that I can completely fulfil this role and that younger pupils are able to look at me as a role model for them.
When I leave school, I hope to continue with my education at college and then university. I’m interested in psychology and sociology which makes me quite an optimistic person. This means that I’m open to listening to other people’s views.
Thank you for taking the time to read my personal statement, if you would like to know any more information just ask.
My name is Matthew and I am Head Boy at Shevington High School. I am interested in sports, art and science. I am very pleased to have been given this position because I really think I can make a difference.
Some things that I would love to do as head boy include starting lunch time activities like ping pong, opening up the back fields for sports at lunch and break and putting snack bars around the school to prevent congestion in the canteen.
Deputy Head Boy
I am Danny and I’m Deputy Head Boy. I am very pleased to get this role and I hope I can do well. I am very athletic and enjoy taking part in a wide range of sports, however football is my favourite. I enjoy PE, Spanish and Media as these subjects are all very interesting very interesting to learn. I hope that as a team we can be the best this school has seen!
Deputy Head Girl
Hello, I’m Leah and I am Deputy Head Girl during this year at Shevington High School. I am very grateful that I was chosen for this role and will try to improve the school for the better by working with the others in the Senior Student Team.
My plans for the future aren’t completely laid out, however my aspiration is to work with children. My dream job would be to own a successful nursery as I think it would be an enjoyable and rewarding job.
A little bit about me, in my free time, I dance and I enjoy this a lot! I am a member at Carol Barton School of Dance.
I feel really strongly about charity work and so would love to bring more fundraising into the school and also I feel if the school worked together we could see real results.
Thank you for reading my personal statement!
Head of the Library
My name is Robert Ball and I am Head of the Library and I believe that head of the Library is the perfect role for me, because I generally go to the Library at dinner and break and also I do a lot of reading in my spare time. I already know how to order books and I prefer fact other than fiction but I do enjoy reading both fact and fiction.
At Shevington we encourage every student to contribute positively to the whole school community. One way students can do this is by being a member of the Student Council.
The Student Council provides a forum for every student’s voice to be heard and an opportunity to raise issues which are important for students and improve school life for all.
Each form group will elect a representative. The representative will be responsible for gathering information from the students that they represent and feeding back after meeting. The whole student body will be involved in electing lead representatives.
All forms are in the process of electing their council representatives. These students will attend Student Council meetings and feedback to their forms. Results will be announced next week and will be followed by the year rep elections.read more
During the last week of the Summer term all of the newly appointed Senior Student team spent a day preparing for their new roles to begin in September. This included learning more about the roles and expectations of a Senior Student around school and behaviour...read more