SSAT Student Leader Award
Mrs Shaw explains what the SSAT Student Leader award is and why it's a great opportunity for learners to take part.
Please take a look at the video below
The SSAT Student Leadership Award consists of 3 levels Bronze, Silver and Gold and allows learners to compile evidence of leadership skills and activities from both inside and outside school. This is an exciting opportunity for Learners to be accredited with this nationally recognised award. All learners are eligible to take part.
Learners will complete the booklet below to evidence their leadership skills.
What does a Student Leader do?
- Demonstrates ASPIRE values at all times
- Motivated yet approachable leader with the ability to work in a team
- Organised and dedicated to improving the School environment through ASPIRE values
- Excellent role model
- Trustworthy and reliable
- Committed to interests
Who can apply to be a Student Leader?
Anyone in Year 10 can apply to be Head Boy and Girl or you can apply to be part of the leadership team. We have an application process which students must follow to be appointed. There is application form to fill in which details the personal qualities we expect these students to demonstrate and a description of the duties of the role. Your application needs to say how you meet the person specification and why we should choose you, as well as how you would complete the responsibilities of the leadership role and then interviews for the position of Head Boy and Head Girl.
We are looking for students who want to have a voice and play a part in school life, people who can be our role models and embody the ASPIRE values to ultimately enrich and improve our School.
We are delighted to introduce our current Head Boy and Head Girl; Harry and Lucy.
If you are interested in applying to be a student leader take a look at the downloadable documents;
Please send Mrs Shaw completed applications and any questions email@example.com
Year 7 Transition Leaders
Year 7 transition leaders aim to support Year 6 pupils on induction days and later when these pupils start at RSHS act as buddys. The transition leaders allow for new pupils to have a friendly face who they are able to talk and ask questions to.
Transition leaders have to apply for their position and are interviewed by the Head of Year and Pastoral Leader.