Student Leadership

Holloway School offers all students the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the House System. In each of the four houses, there are four responsibility roles per year group;

 

Assistant House Leader : Behaviour & Attendance

Role and responsibilities:

To promote high standards of Behaviour and Attendance throughout the school

To be an ambassador for the student commission ‘Code of Conduct’; actively promoting high standards of behaviour beyond the school gates

To work alongside the Pastoral Managers and Attendance team to further develop good practice and policy

Plan and deliver assemblies, workshops and Learning Guidance material to promote high standards of Behaviour and Attendance

Skills and characteristics:

A good role model for all students and in particular able to support younger students in your house

Enthusiastic and motivated to further improve standards

Able to encourage, influence and inspire other students

Hard working, organised and good at leading a team

Confident speaking in public

 

Assistant House Leader : Charity Fundraising

Role and responsibilities:

Research and select relevant local and international charities for the school to support

Organise and plan fundraising events to raise money for chosen charities

Plan and deliver assemblies and learning guidance material to promote fundraising activities

Support the school’s Cultural Diversity agenda

Skills and characteristics:

Enthusiastic and motivated to raise money for really good causes

Able to motivate, influence and inspire other students to support fundraising activities and donate money

Hard working, organised and good at leading a team

Confident speaking in public

A good role model for all students and in particular able to support younger students in your house

 

Assistant House Leader : Sport & Competition

Role and responsibilities:

Responsible for house team selection for various sporting activities

Promoting sporting events

Motivating students involved in sporting activities

Support the PE department in the organisation and running of house competitions.

Reporting on key sporting events for the school website

Skills and characteristics:

Showing enthusiasm and motivation towards sport.

Good Sportsmanship is essential

Fair in team selections and competitions

Good role model

Inspiring

Organised

Leadership qualities

 

Assistant House Leader : Teaching & Learning

Role and responsibilities:

Observe lessons and think about initiatives to improve teaching and learning

Induct new members of staff to the school

Interview new members of staff and give feedback to the head

Organise and plan meetings with fellow commissioners to discuss learning and teaching

Skills and characteristics:

Passionate about learning and making progress

Able to give unbiased and fair feedback

Confident talking to adults and senior members of staff

 

Sports leadership

In addition to the House System, Holloway School offers all students the chance to become a Sports Leader.  Using the medium of sport, students learn the essential skills of leadership including communication, organisation and how to motivate and inspire others.  In so doing students grow in confidence and self-belief, preparing them for future careers and life itself.

Holloway School Sports Leaders coach younger students from Holloway in addition to local primary school children. Sports Leaders also lead a number of primary school Sports Days and events.