The core student leaders form the Head Boy/Head Girl team, which is elected every December by staff and members of the Sixth Form. The team consists of a Head Boy and Head Girl together with two Deputy Head Boys and two Deputy Head Girls.
The team's role includes helping to support and co-ordinate the Student Officers and chairing Student Council meetings and their working parties.
The current team is also looking to improve the effectiveness of the Student Council.
Developing the next generation of leaders
At JFS we have a deserved reputation for high ethical and disciplinary standards. Our students are well-behaved, respectful and motivated to thrive and achieve at their best in and outside the School.
We look ahead to the future and prepare students for a life of leadership. We have a strong leadership training programme and students are encouraged to assume roles of responsibility. Students are able to engage in public speaking and advocacy training, learn communication and people management skills as well as engaging with a plethora of communal figures whilst performing a broad range of roles within the School and helping to care for our community.
We look to older students to act as role models to the younger students and to help with mentoring and guidance. Nurturing good student leaders is an important element to our success as a school. Students are encouraged to develop the necessary skills to enable them to take responsibility for their school and then to contribute positively both to the school and wider community.
"Students are extremely polite and considerate, and most speak articulately, and with confidence, to adults. Their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding."