Student Leadership

Thank you to ALL students who have signed up to be a Student Leader for the 2023/24 Academic Year. We are delighted to announce that following our recruitment window, we have over 200 students now signed up to the Student Leaders! Please see below for when each of our Student Leadership Committees meet.

Committee Meeting Schedule

Citizenship and Personal Responsibility – Monday Week 1

Human Rights and British Values – Monday Week 1

Keeping Safe and Being Healthy – Monday Week 1

Safeguarding and Seeking Advice – Monday Week 1

Relationships and Respect – Monday Week 1

Inclusivity and Diversity – Monday Week 1

On the designated meeting day, please can all student leaders ensure they get their registration mark first, then make their way down to the Canteen to meet with their Senior School Leaders. Meetings times will always be 8.50am-9.10am.

Our Senior School Leaders

We have recently appointed our Senior School Leaders and Deputy Senior School Leaders for the 2023/24 academic year. We are delighted to have appointed 12 Senior School Leaders in total, who will be responsible for overseeing six committees in school. Details of our Committees and Student Leadership Structure can be found below.

Our Vision

At Arthur Terry we recognise the importance of providing our students with a diverse range of opportunities to become involved in Student Leadership. Our provision for Student Leadership continues to evolve and provides students with an opportunity to have a positive impact on the school community they are part of, as well as preparing them with a range of skills and qualities they will need in an ever-changing world beyond school life.

Students can become involved in any of six main areas. Within each of these areas will be a range of students that work together to bring about positive change within our school environment. Our six school committees are as follows:

  • British Values and Human Rights
  • Inclusivity and Diversity
  • Relationships and Respect
  • Citizenship and Personal Responsibility
  • Keeping Safe and Being Healthy
  • Safeguarding and Seeking Advice.

We believe that our Student Leadership provision provides our students with opportunities to demonstrate and develop a whole range of personal skills and qualities including:

  • Resilience
  • Confidence
  • Communication
  • Creativity
  • Courage
  • Teamwork
  • Delegation
  • Respect
  • Goal Setting
  • Empathy
  • Honesty
  • Commitment
  • Problem solving
  • Adaptability

…and many more!

Leadership Structure