Prefect applications for Years 8-11

Prefect applications for Years 8-11

From September, we are looking to make some changes to our current Prefect system. We will continue to have a team of Year 11 Senior Prefects, but in addition to this we would like to appoint teams of Prefects in Years 8, 9 and 10.

The letter below explains more information. This is followed by a job description which tells you about roles and responsibilities of being a prefect, and then there’s a person specification which tells you what personal attributes would make a good prefect. If you like what you read, and if you think you’re the right sort of person for the role, then please apply by email to Mrs McCool at lmccool@tottingtonhighsch.co.uk by no later than 3pm on Monday 13th July. Successful applicants will be contacted by Friday 17th July, and training and specifics of the job will be discussed in September.

 
Prefect Letter

 
THS Prefect Job Description

Y9 students train as Hate Crime Ambassadors

Y9 students train as Hate Crime Ambassadors

On Friday 7th February 2020, eight of our year 9 students took part in a Hate Crime Ambassador training programme at Bury’s New Kershaw Centre, along with students from several other Bury schools. The students were placed into mixed teams with the other schools and worked really well together. Each team produced some good work around the strands of hate crime (disability, race, religion, transgender identity, sexual orientation) – and also covered stereotyping, prejudice and equality. At the end of the activity the students returned to their own school’s group to work on their final presentation – Tottington High School’s team produced a piece of work on their given topic of religion. All our students got involved and got lots out of the day, and were all a credit to our school.

 

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