We value and respect student voice and leadership at The Bay CE School. We develop leadership skills amongst our students - empowering them to make decisions and evoke positive change. Here are some of our student leaders:
Within the Secondary School site, ‘student voice’ is represented by the following groups:
Student Leadership Team:
A group of Year 11 students appointed by the Year Manager and Senior Leadership Team.
Purpose – To act as ambassadors and represent the school during events. To be role models for younger year groups. To meet with the Senior Leadership Team regularly.
Student Leadership Team 2023-24
House Captains and Representatives:
House Captains apply for the role and are interviewed. Each tutor group votes for a House Representative. These form the House Council. These House Reps work with their House Leader to assist during Inter House events, fundraising activities and to come up with ideas to further enhance the House System.
The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been trained about the mental and physical effects of different types of bullying. They learned and practised the skills of active listening – an important skills needed for working with others. They play an important role in school. They have taken assemblies for all year groups about the effects of bullying. They have run Forum Theatre workshops to explore the effects of bullying to their peers and to pupils on the primary site. They also organised a fantastic Anti-bullying week which included odd-sock day.
Equality and Rights Advocates
The Equality and Rights advocates completed thorough training and are now working on a program in school to promote Human Rights and Social Justice. They have taken assemblies, set up
a Hanukkah card-making workshop and have planned a series of events for the whole year.