Spotlight On: Our Head Girl
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For Iuliana, the role of Head Girl has been one she has dreamt of since primary school and now in Year 13, that has been achieved. With future ambitions of attending a Russell Group University and gaining a degree in film and performance, we are resolute that she will continue achieving her goals.
The role of Head Girl, in Iuliana's opinion, is one that involves maturity and responsibility. Whilst in position, she has been challenged to think fast and take action – from being a role model and offering support to the lower school, to covering lessons and presenting assemblies.
“I wanted to be Head Girl as I really enjoy a challenge; I wanted to test my abilities, learn new skills and be pushed out of my comfort zone. The role has helped me to improve my organisational skills, as I time manage my school and role responsibilities, whilst further developing and practising my communication and leadership skills. The highlight of the whole experience has been seeing my idea of a Wellbeing Room flourish into a reality. Mental health is incredibly important to me, so knowing that I have introduced a safe space into the school is definitely a great accomplishment”.