20 September 2017

The appointment of prefects, house and sports captains is an important aspect of Priory’s reward system.  Year 11s are given this responsibility to show they can represent the school in a positive and mature manner.  They will have had good attendance and discipline and are expected to take part in school events and extra-curricular activities.  

Head Boy, Jack, said of his appointment, “I feel honoured and proud to have received the role of Head Boy and will ensure I carry out my job to the best of my ability. I feel this year will go very well for everyone, and I will be there for anyone who may be struggling. I am very grateful for the opportunity and am glad to have such a great community behind me.”

Lauryn has a special message for our youngest pupils, “A warm welcome back to all, and a special word of welcome to the Year 7s; you will feel right at home in no time and I will do my very best to help you along the amazing journey ahead of you.  I am passionate about helping to create a positive learning environment and I look forward to hearing your ideas or concerns.  As your Head Girl, I am very excited about the forthcoming challenges and I know that we will all have a great year.“

Lauryn and Jack’s first big role will be to welcome prospective pupils and parents at Priory’s Open Day on the 28th September when they will also be speaking at the headteacher’s presentation.