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The student leadership structure mirrors the staffing structure of the academy so that every faculty, hub and student is represented. Student leaders are chosen through a whole-school election that involves applications, campaigning, assembly presentations and a final day of voting.The Student Leadership Team is open to any member of the student body.
Through our student leadership team, every student has a voice in the running of the Academy, and a chance to bring about positive change. The aim of the team is to bring about positive developments in teaching and learning, behaviour and students’ experiences so that students are happy and can thrive in our community.
The 2018-19 Student Leadership Team
Student Principal – Rahat, Year 10
Overall representation of the Student Body. Liaison with the staff Senior Leadership Team. Attends and presents at HBAED functions and meetings.
Student Vice Principals
Strategic implementation of developments from Directors and Assistant Principals.
Elliot, Year 7: Student Experience, Teaching & Learning and Curriculum
Joshua, Year 8: Student Experience, Teaching & Learning and Curriculum
Diego, Year 9: Rewards and Behaviour
Student Assistant Principal - Prashan
A1 – Jordy, Year 9
A2 – Firdaos, Year 8
A3 – Calvin
A4 – Faizal, Year 7
A5 – Abdul, Year 8
Student Assistant Principal - Xinjie
W1 – Jude, Year 9
W2 – Dante, Year 7
W3 – Reuben
W4 – Daniil
W5 – Lalloh, Year 8
Student Assistant Principal - Brandon
C1 – Robert
C2 – Nihal, Year 8
C3 – Jamal, Year 8
C4 – Jacob, Year 9
Student Assistant Principal - Cosmo
E1 – Demare
E2 – Rayan
E3 – Adam
E4 – Dylan, Year 9
Congratulations to the 2017-18 Student Leadership Team who did excellent work to coordinate the many ideas from HBAED students and make a significant number of improvements to academy life. These improvements included changes to the playground areas to introduce designated sports and activity areas, new canteen prices and options, and a teaching and learning development project focusing on Stretch and Challenge. The boys also took part in a Harris Federation Student Commission conference where they presented their ideas. Well done gentlemen!