Congratulations to our newly elected Head Boys and Head Girls! Well done!
This page shows the Head Boy and Head Girl for each of the year groups from Year 7-11 for the academic year 2017-18.
Year 7 Head Boy
Year 7 Head Girl
Year 8 Head Boy
Year 8 Head Girl
Year 9 Head Boy
Year 9 Head Girl
Year 10 Head Boy
Year 10 Head Girl
Year 11 Head Boy
Year 11 Head Girl
Maisie Holliday - Pen Portrait
Why did I want to be head girl of Year 7?
I thought it was a one chance opportunity,so I seized it straight away also, having being told it would look great on my report! What are my ambitions within the role?
My ambitions are to make the school a better place, with the help of the student’s ideas. By putting them forward, we can make a big difference! How can I make a difference to CTC?
I can make a difference by being a good communicator and following on student’s ideas. What do I enjoy about CTC?
I enjoy CTC, because of the the system of head girl/boy and student voices making things happen to the school! I also enjoy all of the after school clubs!
My favourite book is Warrior Cats by Erin Hunter!
Kirsty Broadbent - Pen Portrait
I wanted to be Head Girl because I wanted to be the voice of Year 9 students. It was a position that opened up and I leaped at the chance, campaigning to get votes along the way. It seemed like a good opportunity for me to be a bigger part of the school. I believe that I can change our Academy and that is what I plan to do.
Naturally, my friends encouraged me all the way during the voting process and helped me win over my form’s vote. I really enjoyed the campaigning process and the tension of the wait. However, my Year 7 photo being displayed in the Wednesday assembly when Head Boy and Head Girl were announced was not my idea of a good start! It was a moment of embarrassment but I do feel that I have come a long way since I first walked through the doors on the first day of Year 7. It feels like I can make a difference now and be a voice for all of the students in my year. Everyone in Year 9 is capable of being a leader, but to lead you must learn to follow and have the confidence to stand alone. Also, having courage to make tough decisions but also compassion to listen before you leap is a great quality to have; to know that you are no better than the people that put you in such a high place of authority.
My favourite book is Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful. It’s a wonderful book with the most intriguing story line.
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