School Voice News
Student Voice News
Holloway School's Charity leaders are involved in a number of projects in and outside of school (follow the links for more details). At the moment we are organising to raise money for Operation Christmas Child and recently raised over £225 for the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in support of Macmillan Cancer Relief.
Senior Student Brodie Couzins will also be cycling from Bristol to London during half term in the Bike Ride for Ben to raise money for the Ben Kinsella Trust.
Jack Petchey Achievement Awards
Students are able to nominate their fellow students for the Jack Petchey Award. The Award is not just about being clever, or gifted, but about putting the effort in and doing your best. The winner is publicly congratulated for their achievement and receives:
• A framed certificate
• A Jack Petchey Young Achiever badge
• £200 to be spent on a school/club or community project of the recipient’s choice
For more detail on Jack Petchey go to-
Year 11 senior students
Massive congratulations to the Year 11 Senior students have had their training sessions and have started their duties, which are among other things- late duty , stationery shop and helping at break and playtime duties. They will also represent the school at many different functions.
Senior students will meet once a month on a Friday in the Library PM tutor time.
School Council Meetings are to be held every first Tuesday of the month pm tutor time in the library. The next meeting is on Thursday October 25th which will include a guest speaker, Dr Raymond Rowe of the Old Camdenians (the school's alumni).
Year 10 Peer Mentors
We are currently training 25 Year 10 students as Peer Mentors and dif they are successful at the end of their six week training programme they will be presented by the Head with their ties and badges in an assembly. They will then start their duties, which will include joining a Year 7 tutor group one day a week. They also help in the library with home work support and by helping year 7 students will any help or advice. They have been outstanding so far and I am very proud of their mature attitude. They will meet at PM tutor time in the Library, the first Thursday of every month.
Kellie Hodgson (School Librarian/ Student Voice Co-ordinator)