Sixth Form Leadership

At Trinity Academy we view the Sixth Form students as ambassadors and leaders of the whole Academy therefore we have a Head Boy/Head Girl, House Captains and Prefects. These students are nominated by teaching staff and students during the first few weeks of the academic year and then perform their leadership role for the two year period. The leadership team also receive training from the Outreach branch of the RAF, further developing their leadership and communication skills.

All of the students within the Sixth Form are expected to contribute to Academy life and take on leadership role. We have a range of leadership roles and enrichment opportunities that students can apply for.

Head Boy / Head Girl

• Uphold the values and mission statement of Trinity Academy
• Be a role model for all students in the Academy
• Work with the Principal on special projects and represent the Academy at external events
• Follow the rules and guidance of the Sixth Form set by the Director of Sixth Form
• Work with members of staff of Trinity Academy to complete special projects such as Prize Giving and House Assemblies
• Assist the House Manager in running and coordinating house events and engaging student participation
• Maintain attendance above 96%
• Meet all academic deadlines and achieve required progress
• Monitor prefects within your tutor group keeping up to date records of attendance at all duties
• Inform the Assistant Head of Sixth Form of any prefects not fulfilling their role
• Assist in maintaining a positive working environment in the study rooms
• Attend Academy events.

Head Boy Girl Application Form

House Captain
• Uphold the values and mission statement of Trinity Academy
• Follow the rules and guidance of the Sixth Form set by the Director of Sixth Form
• Work with members of staff of Trinity Academy to complete special projects such as Prize Giving and House Assemblies
• Assist the House Manager in running and coordinating house events and engaging student participation
• Maintain attendance above 96%
• Meet all academic deadlines and achieve required progress
• Monitor prefects within your tutor group keeping up to date records of attendance at all duties
• Inform the Assistant Head of Sixth Form of any prefects not fulfilling their role
• Assist in maintaining a positive working environment in the study rooms
• Attend Academy events.

Leadership Roles Application Form

Prefect
• Uphold the values and mission statement of Trinity Academy
• Follow the rules and guidance of the Sixth Form set by the Director of Sixth Form
• Maintain attendance above 96%
• Meet all academic deadlines and achieve required progress
• Carry out a lunch time duty
• Assist in maintaining a positive working environment in the study rooms
• Attend Academy events

Leadership Roles Application Form

Student Community Liaison Leader
• Uphold the values and mission statement of Trinity Academy
• Follow the rules and guidance of the Sixth Form set by the Director of Sixth Form
• Lead on Student Voice and the Sixth Form Council
• Develop and lead on special projects to engage the wider community with Trinity Academy with assistance from a member of staff
• Maintain attendance above 96%
• Meet all academic deadlines and achieve required progress
• Carry out a lunch time duty
• Assist in maintaining a positive working environment in the study rooms
• Attend Academy events

Leadership Roles Application Form

DAPPE=R Mentor
• Support students within the Academy who need guidance with behaviour, attendance, punctuality and character building
• Conduct mentoring meetings during one break time per week
• Attend a training programme

DAPPER application form

KS3 Reading Tutor
• Support KS3 students within the academy who are below the functional reading age
• Read with a student during PM registration once per week
• Keep a record of the student’s reading and their achievement
• Advise on the selection of reading books

Reading Buddy application form