In the Sixth Form at St Augustine’s we value the ideas of our students and how they contribute to school life.
How to become a student leader at St Augustine’s
In order to become a member of the Sixth Form Student Leadership Committee, students are invited to write a letter of application, detailing why they are interested in the role, their previous experiences and how they can contribute to school life. Those applying for Head Student will be invited to an interview day, with a range of tasks assessed by the Sixth Form team, students from other year groups and the outgoing Head Students. Applications for other roles will be assessed by interview. Successful students will then meet half termly to develop and implement their ideas.
This year we are delighted to have 27 student leaders in the Sixth Form.
Head students. These students are the ambassadors for the school and Sixth Form. They are the key speakers for the school at open days and external events. They are expected to lead the student leadership committee, feedback on issues to SLT and school governors.
Senior Prefects. These students can support a range of areas including charity, wellbeing, Eco Schools and year group leads Academic Prefects. These students support academic departments. Their work can range from involvement at open evenings, helping to teach younger students
Academic Prefects. These students support academic departments. Their work can range from involvement at open evenings, helping to mentor younger students, running clubs & inviting in Guest Speakers to Society events.
Head students for 2021-22
Senior Prefects for 2021-22