Why Do We Believe In Student Leaders at St Joseph’s?
- Student leaders promote good things
- Students are empowered to achieve a common goal
- Students make a difference in their school
- Leadership is a challenge and should be for all students
- Students need good role models
Students should be given a wide range of opportunities to develop and practise leadership skills in preparation for life beyond school. It would be impossible to list all the opportunities students have, to take on leadership roles at the school so this is just a flavour of what is currently on offer, developed as the result of a group of students and staff working together to identify what is right for the school.
Many Student Leadership activities will focus on improving the quality of learning and teaching in the classroom, supporting the school’s aim to be a place where everyone enjoys learning and is creative – trying new things, finding solutions and embracing their responsibilities.
Senior Student Leadership Team
Back Row: Patrick Turek (Deputy Head Boy), Hannah Brophy (Deputy Head Girl), Kudzai Chunga (Deputy Head Boy)
Front Row: Maisie Tucker (Head Girl), Martin Lynch (Head Boy)
Year Group Prefects
Year Group Mentors
Year 7 Year 8 Year 9
Nicole Campos, Berx Go, Abbie Deen Reece Lambourne, Samuel Adeji, Zeth Cabdillo, Navado Rhoden,
Jake Mulcahy, Rebecca Hullait, Lionel Fonji, Aimee Smith Trai Woodley, Preshilla Thomas
Brandon Ramus, Umair Asif Jack Sharman, Charlotte McMahon Jan Alix, Simran Ghotra