Prefects and Leadership
Sixth Form Girls Leadership Opportunities
As our girls become more independent, they will gain responsibility- in their studies, in wider Sixth Form life and school life.
Our Sixth Formers are role models for the rest of the school. They lead by example, modelling our core community values of celebrating individuality, support, and respect to the rest of the school.
Girls in the Sixth Form play an active role in the running of the school. Our Head Girl leads the Prefect Team. Together, they work to ensure that the voices of all pupils at Rye are heard by liaising with teachers and Senior Leaders and by running School Councils attended by pupils of all ages.
The Prefect Team is certainly one that younger children look up to throughout their years at Rye, and many of our younger pupils already aspire to be a prefect when their time comes.
We have a number of other leadership roles in Sixth Form which allow our girls to pick the right opportunity for them and their personal development including being House Captains, House Mothers, Games captains and sitting on the School Council to name a few – these opportunities are open to all.
Leadership roles enable Rye Sixth Form Girls to develop skills and gain experience in key areas including organisation, addressing large groups, driving change, and harnessing their passions – these skills will enable our girls to go on to leadership roles in the future and allows them to become confident, resilient individuals. Girls Sixth Form
- Head Girl
- Deputy Head Girl
- Senior School
- Prep School
- Sports Captain
- Wellbeing, pastoral and spiritual
- Boarding and International
Introducing our Prefect Team for 2020-2021
Deputy Head Girl
Senior School Prefect
My name is Imogen Cleveland and I will be a Senior School Prefect in the years 2020-21. I will help organise events and projects within the senior school and communicate with teachers and pupils. I will ensure that your ideas and suggestions are represented in the school. I am very excited to take on this role and I look forward to working with all of you to help make Rye’s 90th anniversary a fantastic year.
Hi, I’m Issy, I’m one of the Senior Prefects. I have been a part of the Rye family since year 7- it has served my mental, emotional, and educational development immensely.
I look forward to working getting back to school and hopefully leaving a positive impression on the Rye community in its 90th year.
Hi, I’m Georgie and I will be your Sports Captain at Rye St Antony. Not only will I be assisting the PE Department with any sporting competitions or organising sporting events, but I will also promote sporting activities that will maintain our community’s physical and mental health and well-being. Alongside my other colleagues in the prefect team, I am always available for any concerns or questions the you may have, sport, or other. Please feel free to talk to me when needed.
Pastoral and Wellbeing Prefect
Hi! My name is Fran Hotson, and I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to work as a school prefect. I will be serving as the Pastoral and Wellbeing Prefect and I look forward to the challenges my role brings. I hope to encourage positivity and aim to motivate and support any fellow students.
Prep School Prefect
I am Jess Tong and in the year 2020-2021, I will be taking the role of Prep School Prefect. I like to keep a positive attitude to everything I do. I also get on well with all kinds of people. As a Prep School Prefect, I will help out at all key events and provide an important connection between Prep School pupils and staff and the rest of the school.
Boarding and International Prefect
Girls on Board
We are proud to be a part of ‘Girls on Board’. An approach that helps girls, their parents, and their teachers to understand the complexities and dynamics of girl friendships. The language, methods, and ideas empower girls to solve their own friendship problems and recognises that they are usually the only ones who can. By empowering girls to find their own solutions, parents need to worry less, schools can focus more on the curriculum and the girls learn more effectively – because they are happier.
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