The Halley Academy student leaders are aspirational and motivated role models who demonstrate respect, resilience and integrity. They collaborate in leadership roles to continually improve our academy community.
Our student leadership focus has three main objectives:
To encourage students across The Halley Academy to seek additional responsibility, and to lead student participation across the academy community
To develop leadership skills
To ensure that all students are engaged in the student leadership/voice process with student leaders visible and accountable
We are now recruiting for the following Student Leadership roles:
- Head Student (Year 11)
- Personal Development and Welfare (KS3 or 4)
- Charity and Events Fundraising (KS3 or 4)
- Teaching and Learning (KS3 or 4)
- Sport and Competition (KS3 or 4)
- Tutor Group Representative
Please click here to view the job descriptions.
Click here for the Tutor Group Representative job description.
Application forms for each small school can be found below:
Module 4 Academy Council Meeting Dates:
Tuesday 3rd March and Monday 30th March Full Academy Council Meeting with Year 11 Head Students at 10:30am.
Thursday 5th March at 10:30am – Easley Student Council Meeting.
Thursday 5th March at 10:55am – Franklin Student Council Meeting
Friday 6th March at 10:55am – Turing Student Council Meeting
Monday 9th March at 10:30am – Easley Tutor Group Board Meeting.
Monday 9th March at 10:55am – Franklin and Turing Tutor Group Board Meeting
Tuesday 31st March at 10:30am – Easley Student Council Meeting.
Tuesday 31st March at 10:55am – Franklin Student Council Meeting
Thursday 2nd April at 10:30am – Turing Student Council Meeting
If you would like more information about Student Leadership at The Halley Academy, please email Susan Wilson, Head of Inclusion/SENCo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heroes @ The Halley Academy
All Key Stage 3 and 4 students at The Halley Academy have taken part in Humanutopia “Who Am I?” workshops throughout 2018.
The workshops centred on students’ personal development and consisted of 15 unique challenges, creating a safe space for students to stop and reflect on their lives to date. Students were provided with opportunities to consider the influences of others, peer pressure and the culture of conformity. They were encouraged to reflect on their attitude, behaviour and impact on others and given an opportunity to discover their authentic self, considering where their true potential may lie and how their futures could look.
We now have a group of trained Year 10 Heroes who are helping our Year 7 students with their transition from Primary School. They meet with them every week to support and mentor them in all areas of academy life. The Heroes intervene quickly if there are any challenges and celebrate their achievements. By July 2019, all Year 7 students will have been peer mentored by our team of Year 10 Heroes.
In addition, 30 Year 9 students have been trained by Humanutopia as ‘Heroes’ and have worked with Year 4 students from Eastcote Primary School and our Year 7 students to hone their skills. They will continue to work during the year to develop and lead an independent student leadership project, focusing on mentoring and community schemes. Their first task will be mentoring our Year 8 students.