There are many Student Leadership roles you can become involved in at Deptford Green:
Student Leadership Roles – 2017-8
School Council - This is a democratically elected body. Tutor groups vote for tutor reps who attend school council meetings. This council is the main forum for student voice. It meets on a termly basis with the support of an Assistant Headteacher, HOY and/or Pastoral Leader. There is an elected chair and secretary with responsibility for producing an agenda and minutes. The Council have a budget and its own funds which can be used as it and the students see fit for the benefit of all students at DG.
Head Boy/Girl - Students in Year 11 can apply for the role of Head Girl or Head Boy. This is a formal process and requires all candidates to complete an application and have an interview with either the Headteacher, Assistant Headteacher, HOY or Pastoral Leader. They will function as the highest representatives of the student body.
Sports Leaders – Students in Years 7-11 can apply to be a Sport Leader and, if chosen, will work alongside the PE Department to lead on enrichment activities. They will have the opportunity to work with the Head of Year to help enrichment and run primary school activities. In order to become a Sport Leader students need to have an interest in developing their leadership skills and be committed to making a positive difference to DG through Sport and Physical activity.
Prefects - Students in Year 10 and 11 can apply for the role of Prefect. This is a formal process and requires all candidates to complete an application and have an interview with either the Headteacher, Assistant Headteacher, HOY or Pastoral Leader. They will function as important representatives of the student body.
Library leaders – Library Leaders are committed to Deptford Green and our extended community through appreciating diversity and encouraging unity. They facilitate the organisation of student groups, promote school wide events, foster school pride and communicate student needs. Through their actions the aim is to further student development and academic excellence; to promote integrity and accountability; and to empower students to take an active role in school life. In addition to this, they will encourage students to be more engaged in reading and through their role in the library. You will we encourage a thirst for reading!
To find out more and how to apply, please read the Student Leadership Handbook.
Student Leadership and Voice structure at Deptford Green 2017-8
|Whole school Council – Democratically by Year Council (2 from each Year Council).||1 Head Boy and 1 Head Girl – responsible to Assistant Headteacher and HOY (process by application and interview).|
|Year Council – made from all Form Reps in a particular year and responsible to HOY.||20 Prefects (10 from Yr 10 and 10 from Year 11) – responsible to Assistant Headteacher and HOY (process by application form and interview).|
|Form Reps (democratically voted by Tutor group – responsible to Tutor).||Form Reps (democratically voted by Tutor group – responsible to Tutor).|