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Head Boy & Head Girl

Welcome from our new Head Boy, Head Girl and Deputies!

Head Boy - Quinn

Hi, my name is Quinn and this year I have been granted the privilege of being your Head Boy. I will spread my time and focus across all year groups, but one thing that I am extremely passionate about is helping KS4 pupils prepare for life beyond St. Gregory's.

For those of you who dont know me, here are a few things I’d like you to know about me:

  • I am a Manchester United supporter
  • My favourite sport is football, but the sport I’m best at is Horse-Riding
  • My favourite film is “Murder on the Orient Express”
  • My favourite book is “The Universe in a Nutshell”

If you see me around school, feel free to ask me any questions you might have, whether it be ideas, concerns or just want a chat. Don’t be afraid to talk to me (as long as I’m not late for Maths!)

As I said earlier, I feel extremely privileged to take on this role and I will treat it with the reverence it deserves and repay your faith in me. 

Head Girl - Joanna

Hello, my name is Joanna and I'm the current Head Girl at St. Gregory's. My aim for this year will be to support all pupils with their ambitions for beyond St. Gregory's: helping them to achieve their goals in school, and to strive for greatness after high school. 

I'm very grateful to have this role, and will dedicate my time to you, the student body. If you ever see me around school, feel free to ask any questions or suggest ideas we can implement, and I'll be sure to mention them in our next meeting.

I look forward to being your Head Girl this year!


Deputy Head Girl - Sofia

My name is Sofia and I am the deputy head girl at St. Gregory's high school. I am very thankful for this role and I will try my hardest to support and listen to everyone who attends this school. As deputy head girl I am hoping to do my best to support the head girl and boy with their duties. 

My main focus within this role is to bring in new opportunities for our students/school to learn about life after school (e.g. taxes, rent). As teenagers we are required to study subjects such as English, Science and Maths. However, the questions of what happens after high school? Or what happens after studies? Interests me.

I would like to end this by saying thank you and I will not let anyone down! Let's make plenty of memories here at St. Gregory's.

Deputy Head Boy - Samuel

I’m Sam, the Deputy Head Boy of St Gregory’s. My aim this year is to improve the knowledge of what all pupils can achieve after their time at St. Gregory’s and to help the school support their students for future life. The vast array of opportunities every pupil has needs to be realised, and I strive to help them acknowledge that.

There are three things I feel passionate about: the prioritisation of the students, a community-based school, and chess. I will help to ensure 2/3 of these are recognised and secured within the school over the upcoming year. A community-based school is vital for the ‘One family, inspired to learn’ ethos that St. Gregory’s holds to such a high importance.

I am very grateful for this role that I have achieved and I’m looking forward to what will happen during this upcoming academic year.