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Head Boy & Head Girl

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

Head Boy - Dion

Hello, my name is Dion and I’m the current Head Boy of St. Gregory’s. My aim over this year will be to improve vertical relations within school life, and to especially increase the support we give to younger pupils so that the idea of  “one family inspired to learn,” is supported to make school feel like a community and to ensure each and every pupil feels comfortable and accepted within their school lives.

If you ever see me around school, feel free to ask me any questions you have from joining the leadership team, to different ideas you want implement that you feel passionately about, and I'll make sure to bring it to the next meeting.

I'm extremely grateful for this role and I'm looking forward to hearing all your ideas this year.

Thanks Dion


Head Girl - Lydia

Hello, my name is Lydia, and I am the head girl at St Gregory's high school. Earning this role was an amazing honour for me, but I cannot stress enough the fact that I am a head girl for the student body not just for myself. Some of my primary focuses for this year are supporting the younger students (years 7 and 8) and helping them in their transition into high school. I'm also going to help lead the young leaders team and the student advocates alongside Miss O' Connor and the rest of the head pupil team. I am looking forward to working with you all and promise to be open and accepting of all ideas presented to our team. 
Thank you very much for taking your time out to read this!


Deputy Head Girl - Jessica

Hello! My name is Jessica but I go by the name Jess and I am the new Deputy Head Girl at St Gregory’s Catholic High school. My primary role for this year is to support the head girl within her duties, but I’d also like to focus on getting healthier options during school meal time. This would allow students to make healthy choices at school.

My personal journey at St Gregory’s has been incredible! I have gone from a young, quiet girl in Year 7 to being being part of the pupil leadership team in Year 11. I have always wanted a role in the pupil leadership team since Year 7 and to now be Deputy Head Girl is astonishing to me.

I can’t take all the credit for getting this role, as the support from family and friends allowed me to accomplish what I thought I’d never be able to do. I would like to especially thank my mum who is an incredible mother and has supported me throughout my whole life and continues to do so.

So thank you to the school for this role as Deputy Head Girl and I promise to you that I won’t let you down!


Deputy Head Boy - Tenniel

Hello there! My name is Tenniel and I am the Deputy Head Boy at St. Gregory’s.

Over the course of this academic year, my goal is to build on the communication and give pupils some clarity on the vast number of opportunities available to them. I’d also like to say how grateful I am for this role and how much of a privilege it is to be supporting the pupils of St. Gregorys’s, as it is those same pupils who make life at school animated, as well as fun. I have always known it is the pupils who define this school and give it the spirit St. Gregory’s has. 

Thanks for reading and have a wonderful, fantastic day!