Head Girl – Emma
Hello my name is Emma and I am Head Girl. I’m studying sociology, English literature and language and history. In this role I hope to get to know all students more and help you all in any way I can whether that be with school work or anything you feel you want guidance in. I will be planning events and activities for Sixth Form to be a more integrated environment. I shall ensure that I take on board any suggestions that sixth-formers have that they believe would improve our experiences at Aldersley High School.
Study time and exam success are vital and creating a ‘buddy’ system where year 12s can gain advice on subjects they study from year 13s, would be an excellent way to both integrate sixth form but also provide support. I have noticed that sixth form isn’t very well connected to the lower school. I would like for there to be year 12 and 13 ambassadors who spend their form time in a lower year form, to get to know the different year groups more. Overall, I want to make sure that this next year is successful for everyone. In order to do this, we must as a collective be supportive of one another and help each other as best as we can.
Head Boy – Amrit
My name is Amrit , and I am Head Boy within our Sixth Form. As well as aiming to succeed myself in: Mathematics, History, Physics and English, I wish to help our students to get the best possible grades they can. I will ensure that students are getting as much assistance as they need in order to achieve outstanding grades. I will work together with students to ensure that they are getting extra support, if it is needed. This is not only beneficial for the student, but for myself as it allows me to further get to know my peers.
Our Sixth Form needs to be ‘one’, as opposed to Year 12 and Year 13. This gap is significant and I wish to work with the Headship team in order to reduce it. I wish to work together with my team, and teachers, in order to see our Sixth Form excel, and that means there must not be any sort of divide; between the years, or students and teachers. It is something I feel is needed to be changed and I will ensure that it is.
I aim to introduce specific programmes to help our students to integrate with the rest of the school. Perhaps certain students may organise intervention with those who may require it. This will allow our students to gain more independence and help the younger students to begin to perform better.
These are but a few of the things I wish to implement within our Sixth Form. I want to see all of us succeed and ensure that we have the best possible time within Aldersley.