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Learning for Life - Personalised Pathways for All

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Pupil Leadership Team

Grange Park place great importance on the the Head Boy/Girl role and this year after a number of strong applications for the position, we have appointed two Head Boys, a Deputy Head Boy and Girl, and a Key Stage 5 Mentor to work with our Stansted pupils.

 

William - Head Boy

My name is William, and I have been at Grange Park since September 2016. I am now in Year 11.

I applied for the role of Head Boy as I saw the job as being for me, and as a member of the school, I felt that I could make it better and that I can make a difference.

I like being at Grange Park because it is small and relaxed, and a good place to learn.

 

Carmen - Deputy Head Girl

My name is Carmen, and I have been at Grange Park since September 2017, I am now in Year 11.

I applied for the role of Deputy Head Girl because I wanted to help other people and to help myself grow up to be a good adult.

I like being at Grange Park because it is easier than mainstream. In mainstream, I used to get into trouble all the time, but here, people understand the things that I find hard.

 

Daniel - Deputy Head Boy

My name is Daniel, and I have been at Grange Park since Year 7 when I joined in September 2015, I am now in Year 11.

I applied for the role of Deputy Head Boy because I wanted to help improve the school for the staff and students.

I like being at Grange Park because I like the lessons I do,  the work I do, the people that I know in school and how I have grown.

 

Max - Stansted Primary Mentor

My name is Max and I have been at Grange Park since Year 7, I am now in Key Stage 5.

I applied for the role as Primary Mentor as I thought I could show the younger children how to behave and how mature I am.

I like Grange Park because it's fun and welcoming. Everybody at Grange Park is really friendly.