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Head Boy & Head Girl

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

Head Boy - Daniel

When I became Head Boy, I did so, not for myself, but for my fellow students. It is my ambition to improve St Gregory’s in any way I can and make our school a better place for all pupils. I am passionate about student leadership in schools because I know that a school exists to serve its students. A school exists to ensure that all students are able to reach their full potential. St Gregory’s can only do this with the input of its students, which is something that we, as the Head Pupil Team, hope to lead and oversee.

Head Girl - Daisy

Hello! My name is Daisy, and I am the new Head Girl at St Gregory’s Catholic High School. My primary role this year will be to ensure that everybody has an equal right. I will endeavour to make sure every pupil believes that they can achieve their highest personal goals and for them to feel happy, accepted, safe and secure in school.  As a Head Pupil team, we are the link between the pupils and the staff.  We communicate closely with the pupils to ensure that all their needs are met.

My personal journey at St Gregory’s has been superb! I have gone from a small Year 7 to Head Girl in Year 11 whilst thriving in all the school’s best achievements. I truly have gone above and beyond throughout my journey, and I have been nurtured to become a person who is involved in the Chaplaincy Team and the Young Leaders Team.  I am also a proud member of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets leading the Remembrance Day Parades in school. If I had not taken inspiration from the pupil leadership teams before me, I do not think I’d be here today as Head Girl!  I would not have had the confidence, aspirations and ambitions if I had not have had them to look up to.

I look forward to seeing you around the school.  Please do not hesitate to talk to any of the Head Pupil Team whether that be a simple question or a fantastic suggestion!

Thank you very much for taking your time out to read this! - Daisy.

Deputy Head Boy - Kieran

Hi my name is Keiran and I am the new Deputy Head Boy here at St Gregory’s Catholic High School. My role as Deputy Head Boy is to deputise with Daniel and assist with him in making St Gregory’s a better place. When I applied for this position, I had to make a presentation about a key aspect of school life. I choose life after St Gregory’s because I want to help people become the best version of themselves and encourage them to do the best they possibly can before leaving St Gregory’s and going into the bigger world. This is why I wanted to apply for this role as I would make a difference by ensuring that everybody’s time during their 5 year period at St Gregory’s is fulfilled to their standards and everyone is content here. If you see me around the school, feel free to stop and say Hello and I will be happy to help or answer any of your questions.

Deputy Head Girl - Eve

Hi, I’m Eve and I am the deputy head girl. I deputise to Daisy who is head girl and work with the rest of the SLT to discuss ideas on making school an even better place. I personally have a passion for inclusivity and equality in our community. Everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable in school, so I am using the power I have in my role to ensure this. If you have anything to tell me about your ideas to encourage equality in school feel free to come and talk to me or email me.

Deputy Head Girl - Emily

Hi! My name is Emily, and I am a proud member of the St Gregory’s head pupil team - I deputise to Mrs Dolphin who takes a lead on Anti-Bullying Week (now referenced to as Positive Footprint Week). My main role is to influence positivity into the school community and provide a helping hand to those who are in need of some extra support. I believe that school should be an inclusive place where students can express themselves and I am willing to promote any ideas my fellow students may have.

As a part of my application, I spoke about charity and how I feel that its meaning has less value. I would like to incorporate this kindness and tolerance into our school community by creating a more influential and compassionate meaning of charity. I feel that with the help of the school, this vision is in sight, and our continuous mission of building a positive environment influences the vastly cohesive community we call our school

Ysabel - Deputy Head Girl

Hi! My name is Ysabel Ryan and as part of the head pupil team, I deputise to Miss Abram and we lead on the mental health and well-being strand of the St Gregory's Diploma. One of my main roles is to bring awareness and challenge the stigma around mental health and well-being and I am passionate about speaking up and being a voice for those in our community who can't or don't want to speak up for themselves. Furthermore, I believe that school should be a safe and welcoming space for everyone; free of judgement from their peers or from within themselves that helps you to develop into good members of a community. Please don't hesitate to get in contact via email or anyone else on the SSLT, thank you.