At the final school assembly of this academic year, Head of Christ College, Mrs Emma Taylor, announced the prefect appointments for the next school year.
Mrs Taylor said, “I am delighted to introduce you all to those who will lead the school next year and whose service will be so critical to our success as a community. It is an honour but also a significant challenge and responsibility to take on these roles, and I am sure you will want to wish these pupils every possible success.”
Next year’s Head of Houses will be:
James Newey – Head of School House
Rhys Hughes – Head of St David’s House
Will Perkins – Head of Orchard House
Emily Devoy – Head of Donaldson’s House
Natalia Fisher – Head of De Winton House
Mari James and Alex Ryan – Heads of St Nicholas House
Sky Treasure-Jeffreys and Daniel Gray – Heads of Alway House
Sam Maggs was appointed Deputy Head of School with Annabelle James as Head of School. Congratulations all and good luck for the year ahead.
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