同乐城官网 www.xyqp168.com We are delighted to welcome Julianna, Grace and Sophia as our new Head Girl team.
The Head Girl team at JAGS play a huge part in our school community. Not only are they representatives for the whole school, but they also have the important task of leading on student voice, as well as organising a variety of events.
They have been elected by the school community following an application process including written questions and submitting a two minute video. Staff and pupils voted anonymously for their chosen Head Girl and two deputy Head Girls. The results were announced in an assembly at the beginning of term, and we are delighted to introduce Julianna, Grace and Sophia below.
'My name is Julianna, I take Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths and I started at JAGS in Year 7. I really enjoy playing sport and I’m hoping to study natural sciences at university. I applied to be Head Girl because I wanted to get more involved in the school community and help to implement student ideas. This year I would like to focus on whole school and house events as well as increasing accessibility to the head girl team.'
'My name is Grace, I do Politics Latin and Italian and I’ve been at JAGS for 3 years. I applied to be Head Girl because I really wanted to be a greater part of the JAGS community as I’ve felt so welcomed since the beginning and want to give something back. Some things that I would like to focus on this year are more integration between JAGS and neighbouring schools and more leadership roles lower down the school as well form captains.'
'My name is Sophia and I study History, English, Politics and Spanish. I joined the Pre-Prep in Year Two and have remained at JAGS ever since. I applied to be a Head Girl because I wanted to help provide a link between the pupils and the school’s leadership team. I saw the position as an opportunity to contribute to new initiatives and ideas as well as a chance to learn and grow personally from the role. I’d like to focus on creating further integration and volunteering opportunities in the younger years. I’d also like to make the Head Girl and leadership teams more approachable in order to increase the effectiveness of the student voice.'
The girls will be gradually taking over from our current Head Girl team this term. They have big shoes to fill but we're confident they'll do a fantastic job.