Our Head Boy and Head Girl
Michelle - Head Girl
I would like to apply for the position of Head Girl, as I believe I am suitable for the role. Of course, Head Girl isn’t just all about being in charge, it’s also about good leadership, respect, teamwork and communication and also, the best of all, being the best you can be. I believe I have those qualities. Even if I do have a lot of great qualities, I can sometimes show some negative ones. Even so, I am always open to criticism from others and approaching ways of controlling my emotions, and thus improving my behaviour.
In the past seven years that I have been at this school (nursery to Year 6), I have learnt a lot about what is expected of me and have applied it to everything that I do. I am good with little children and will make sure the infants are ok.
In my opinion, school is meant to be a place where you can be yourself and be loved! It should be a happy, memorable part of life which you will remember and think about all the happy memories you had and how much you learnt from it. If I become Head Girl, I will try my best to make sure that all students that come to our school leave with several happy memories. I am punctual and kind, which are two very important parts of being Head Girl. I am also able to speak to visitors and parents as demonstrated from the times I have been chosen to speak with visitors.
Last but not least, with my academic excellence, participation in representing our school in sport events and the experience I have acquired from being a part of the school’s chaplains, I believe I will be an excellent Head Girl for the school.
In conclusion, I would feel extremely grateful having the role of Head Girl as it would allow me to try and cater to my fellow pupil’s needs. It will also help me gain trust and further experience that I will use in the future. In the end, I wish for my classmates to enjoy their experience in school with me.
Aaron- Head Boy
Dear Mrs Craft, staff and teachers
My name is Aaron and I’m 11 years old. It is an honour and gives me great joy to take on the role of head boy for the academic year of 2023 - 2024. I have been coming to St Vincent’s since the early age of one-when I would collect my sister with my mum.
As head boy, I will try my best to be a good role model and leader and represent the school well.
I enjoy sports and hope that this can be used to work together and get to know people in different year groups.
I will encourage everyone to meet the expectations of the mission statement and follow the core values of St Vincent's which are: cooperation, respect, inspiration, perseverance and compassion.
I understand that people grow and develop differently. I would like our school to be a healthy and happy place and for us all to be the best that we can be.
I am responsible, reliable, helpful and good at listening, which I have learnt being one of five siblings. I look forward to working with pupils and staff to try and make the school a place where everyone enjoys attending just as much as I do.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.