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Student Leadership

“Together we create a safe, caring and successful environment, committed to empowering students to achieve their full potential”

Welcome to the student leadership area of our website. At Hodge Hill College we provide a positive ethos based upon British values that are shared across the school community. The culture and ethos of the school promotes respect as well as healthy and productive attitudes towards learning, life and work. Pupils are encouraged to contribute to the life and work of the school and, from the earliest stages, to exercise their responsibilities as members of a community. Student leadership encourages pupils to be an active, responsible member of the school community through becoming a Prefect, Student Councillor or a Form Representative. 

Head Boy & Head Girl's Charities

 Hussan Waheed & Marzana Kaifa


I have chosen Help for Heroes as my charity. Help for Heroes aid the suffering of servicemen and women of the British Armed Forces. This charity is personal to me as my father served with the military. During the Afghanistan campaign, several soldiers came back with either a lost limb or severe PTSD. Their lives were forever changed and Help for Heroes supported them to live a close to normal life, a life where they could be independent and free from fear. Those who place their lives second to ours, deserve a second chance at life.

Hussan Waheed

The charity that I have chosen is Shelter. Shelter helps the homeless in the UK and it strives to end homelessness. In 2018, there were 5000 people under the age of 18 who were homeless in the UK. Homelessness is increasing in vast numbers each year. I, being a young person, can neither think of or see someone the same age as me going to sleep hungry or in an insecure household.

 Marzana Kaifa

Year 11 Student Leadership Team

The prefect team is continuously working to coordinate with teachers and the senior prefect team to ensure that the school environment is kept safe and secure for everybody. They assist at lunchtimes; managing queues and helping younger students around the building.  Prefects wear coloured ties this ensures their presence is highlighted and that they uphold a harmonic environment.                                                            

Senior Prefects oversee the prefect programme and ensure it is running smoothly; they assist in making decisions regarding charity events, future goals and improvements regarding the school's overall development. They ensure that  fellow prefects are always at their absolute best in terms of the image that they portray to their younger peers, and are performing efficiently at all times.

Senior Prefects were appointed following an application and a short interview, in which they were asked about their previous experiences of leading and their vision of the school’s increasing improvement. Being a Senior Prefect requires high levels of responsibility and maturity and it is a necessitated to set an example to peers and younger students.

Year 7-10 Student Leadership Teams

This year we have introduced student leaders with prefect teams now across Years 7-10. The prefect teams work with the Senior Student Leadership Team and teachers to ensure that the school environment is kept safe and secure for everybody. They organise and run the charity events for their year groups and assist at lunchtimes in various areas. Prefects wear coloured ties this ensures their presence is highlighted and that they uphold a harmonic environment.

Year 10


Year 9

 

Year 8

 

Student Council

Being a Student Council Representative is an elected position that is voted for by the pupils in your year group. The role of the Student Council is to take the ideas of the students and try to make them a reality. We try to get the views and the opinions of the students in our year group across to other students, teacher or other individuals.

Form Representatives

Each of our 50 tutor groups will also have two form representatives who are responsible for checking equipment, uniform and helping out with daily tutor tasks. These two pupils also act as the tutor voice and share their tutor group’s feelings on any school matters with the year group’s school council representatives.