Head Boy: Callum Derbyshire
Head Girl: Ellie Johnson
Deputy Head Boys: Jack Tatham and Theo Smith
Deputy Head Girl: Natasha Radford
What do student ambassadors do?
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. The contribute to decision making and support the school Leadership Team in various activities.
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. They also 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.
Meet our Head Boy
Head Boy Name: Callum Derbyshire
Former School: St Mary’s Church of England
Why I enjoy STA: “I love the experiences, all of the teachers are incredibly supportive and, because it is a small school, all of the teachers know each and every student which gives the school a happy feel”.
Trips and Visits: “I have been on a ski trip, a visit to France, and visits to London, Romania and Jodrell Bank”.
Enrichment: “I have taken part in The Debate Club, The Brilliant Club, the choir and had piano lessons”.
Why I would recommend STA: “For the friendly, loving and homely nature of the school. The teachers are always happy to help you”.
Meet our Head Girl
Name: Ellie Johnson
Former School: English Martyrs Primary
Why I enjoy STA: “I enjoy the camaraderie between students and teachers and the opportunities that the school has granted us”.
Trips and Visits: “I have been to universities, France and Jodrell Bank”.
Enrichment: “I have taken part in The Debate Club, the choir, Young Chef Club and netball”.
Why I would recommend STA: “The school builds your confidence and has good transition support”.
Next Step:“I want to go to Loreto College to study A-Levels and hope to become a Lawyer”.
Meet our Deputy Head Boy
Name: Jack Tatham
Former School: Barton Clough
Why I enjoy STA: “Because my performance and work has really improved”.
Trips and Visits: “I have been to London and Italy”.
Enrichment: “I have taken part in The Debate Club, The Romania project, the school football team, the choir and Duke of Edinburgh Award”.
Why I would recommend STA: “The teachers are incredibly nice and welcoming. It is easy to make friends and there are loads of trips to go on”.
Next Step: “I want to go to Loreto College to do a vocational course in games design and become a video games designer”.
Meet our Deputy Head Boy
Name: Theo Smith
Former School: St. Monica’s Roman Catholic Primary
Why I enjoy STA: “I enjoy STA as it has a strong community spirit. The teachers and staff care so passionately about the students and their future”.
Trips and Visits: “When I was in primary school we took part in trips to STA including transition days, enterprise events and a European languages day”.
Enrichment: “I have taken part in Debate Club, I have been a Peer Mentor, The Romania project, The Brilliant Club and I am on the Anti-Bullying Team”.
Why I would recommend STA: “Going to STA has taught me so many lessons. It has great departments such as Art &Technology and Science & Maths”.
Next Step: “I want to go to Loreto College to study A-Levels”.
Meet our Deputy Head Girl
Name: Natasha Radford
Former School: Out of area - I moved from Scotland
Why I enjoy STA: “I enjoy the welcoming and supportive community”.
Trips and Visits: “I have been on lots of Duke of Edinburgh Award and Cadet trips. I have been to France, London and Jodrell Bank”.
Enrichment: “I have taken part in Debate Club, netball, The Romania project, the choir, The Brilliant Club, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Cadets and had piano lessons”.
Why I would recommend STA: “Because they help to make their students feel supported and more confident”.
Next Step: “I want to go to Loreto College to study A-Levels in sciences and progress into the medical profession”