Prom & year book committee

Student Voice – Year 11 Prom Committee

The Prom Committee is a team of twelve Year 11 students who are responsible for organising the Year 11 Leavers Prom. All students in the Year are able to apply and from these applications, two students are voted for and elected for each of the 6 form groups.
The Prom Committee are involved in various fundraising activities throughout the year to help to lower the final cost of their Year Book. This year, they’ve been busy packing bags at Asda, organising our Halloween event and activities at our Christmas Fair.

Students meet twice a month to discuss venue, menu, theme, entertainment and decorations. Prom Committee members feedback to all students in both assembly and during form time and take into consider the viewpoints of all students.

Participating on the Prom Committee impacts on the committee members as it not only empowers them but also allows them to gain in confidence both of which, we believe, aid their continued academic progress.

Student Voice – Year 11 Year Book Committee

The Year Book Committee is a team of twelve Year 11 students who are responsible for creating the Year 11 Leavers Year Book. All students in the Year are able to apply and from these applications, two students are voted for and elected for each of the 6 form groups. They are chosen for a variety of skills including creativity and confidence.

The Year Book Committee are involved in various fundraising activities throughout the year to help to lower the final cost of their Year Book.
Students meet twice a month and discuss design, layout, photos and content in addition to those all important leaving messages from staff and students. Year Book Committee members feedback to all students in both assembly and during form time and take into consider the viewpoints of all students.

Participating on the Year Book Committee impacts on the committee members as it not only empowers them but also allows them to gain in confidence both of which, we believe, aid their continued academic progress.

 

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