Spotlight On: Our Head Boy
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Anthony wanted to become Head Boy to give back to the school community and inspire future students. Citing Bishop Douglass as having created a pathway for him towards a bright future and as integral to his growth and personal development, he wanted to show others that they can achieve this too - by being a fantastic role model for younger year groups and acting as a voice for his peers.
Being approachable and sociable are key attributes required for the role of Head Boy. From hosting assemblies and school tours, being courageous and rising to challenges and being able to articulate his thoughts – Anthony firmly believes the skills gained within the role will set him in good stead for the future.
“Being Head Boy is a great honour and belonging to Bishop Douglass is something I am incredibly proud of. Our school and Sixth Form is one of a kind, everyone throughout the school respects one another, is proud of one another and strives for excellence – an embodiment of values Bishop Douglass represents. My ambition is to become an architect, and I hope that whilst I am in the role of Head Boy, I inspire younger generations to pursue their greatest aspirations, and prove to them that with perseverance, determination and hard work, anyone can achieve their dreams”.