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Two teams of student leaders have been appointed at Haygrove School whose role is to work with staff on school issues and act as role models and mentors for younger students. The Prefect Team is made up of Year 11 students and Head Boy, Bradley Croucher and Head Girl, Freya Haslett. Bradley and Freya are supported by Deputies Callum Giles and Charlotte Anderson. The Junior Leadership Team
School leaders are also there to ensure the student voice is heard and that their feedback and ideas are taken into account when school projects are being planned.
Bradley, Head Boy said “I am proud to be the schools Head Boy and to have the chance to work with other students and staff on things that are important to the school. I am looking forward to developing my leadership and public speaking skills.” Freya, Head Girl continued “Being a Head is an amazing opportunity to take on responsibilities and be a role model for students to look up to”.
All of the Year 10 and 11 students taking on these roles will gain new skills which they can use in the future and give them experience of supporting and helping others and leading by example.