Head Boy: Ethan Duckworth
Head Girl: Rhiannan Wilson
Deputy Head Girls: Erin Robinson & Sian Farrow
Deputy Head Boy: Matthew Bumby
Student ambassadors are good role models in all areas of school life. They are dependable and approachable students who are committed to improving the school and care about the opinions of their fellow students.
What do student ambassadors do?
During their last year at St Antony’s student ambassadors take on a number of responsibilities around the school with the purpose of improving the school. The student ambassadors develop their leadership skills by chairing the year group forum council meetings and then provide feedback from these meetings. They also help out at various school events in the school calendar. A group of student ambassadors run the whole school council meetings. In 2015/16, their role has extended as they now work alongside Lower School Form Tutors during form times to check uniform and equipment and provide a positive role model for our younger students.
How do I become a student ambassador?
At the end of year 10 there will be an opportunity for all students to apply for this role. Students must fill in an application form and then will be interviewed to ensure their suitability for this role.