|Prefect Job Description|
The role of Prefect is an important one and if chosen you will be accepting a position of considerable responsibility. It is also a very exciting one and will give you the opportunities to develop your leadership skills and introduce new ideas into the College life.
Positions being offered
Approximately 20 Prefects in total
Students may apply for a position of Prefect. Staff will also have the opportunity to support students they believe are worthy of the office of Prefect, either through the Nomination Form or by adding supporting evidence to the Nomination Form. Students who wish to apply for the positions of Head/Deputy will interviewed by a selection of senior staff which includes the Associate Principal and the Principal.
The Prefect System will be based around the following
Organisation of charity events/collections; helping out in local schools. This is concerning yourself in the local community and promoting the college in this area.
Linking the prefects with student welfare groups; being a visible presence; training in restorative justice; being with students and helping.
Assembly talks; school newspaper representative; liaison with other college activities.
Aiding the Sports Captains in organising lunchtime activities or other such activities for the development of college-wide sporting activities.
Wide ranging activities. The establishment of clubs or interest groups; competitions and activities.
What Benefits are there?
The biggest benefit will be the skills you will develop by carrying out the duties of a prefect. You will work within a team, you will develop organisational and communication skills. You will gain insight into the workings of a large multi-cultural organisation. Being a Prefect looks good on your CV.
Opportunities abound – you just need to grasp the opportunities.
ALL PREFECTS are expected to set the highest example in dress, attendance, conduct and involvement in college affairs.