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Student Leadership

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

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. As part of empowering student to be responsible members of the community we have a coordinated fundraising programme that supports the collective worship calendar.

Head Boy & Head Girl's Charities

     

Abdur-Raheem Arfan (Head Boy) & Simrah Abbas (Head Girl)

I have chosen Mental Health Foundation because I believe the issue has been over looked and many people don't understand the impact mental health has on society. Mental health cannot be seen easily, therefore its extremely hard to detect, however people in this charity are working hard to talk and approach people and help them. Also this charities main idea is to prevent mental health before it can take place, therefore I believe this charity can be supported by this school.

Abdur-Raheem Arfan, Head Boy

 

I’ve chosen Penny Appeal as my charity because I believe that it’s important to support causes that Hodge Hill College as a school feels a connection to. Personally I felt useless watching the news and seeing children in Palestine struggle as well as families in Afghanistan not being to flee their home country which as a country England has failed to help; and so I believe it’s only right for us to support these people who aren’t being helped and can’t be helped within the country that they call home. I know that many students agree with my point and will donate to Penny Appeal.

Simrah Abbas, Head Girl

Prefect Leader Groups