The Role of Senior Leadership requires someone who shows
great commitment to the school environment and shows confidence in being a
major representative for the school. Throughout my five years at St. John’s
I have become aware of the strong community that the school has and as I
embark on my final year of education at the school, I really love this school
and what it stands for. When I wear my school uniform, I wear it with pride. I
know I can be a great leader because I treat this school the same way I treat
myself and my family; with dignity, respect and pride and I want to be able to
have the privilege and responsibility to make a significant contribution to the
spirit of the school that will not only be beneficial to me, but also my fellow
School years to me are a combination of highs and lows, of
ups and downs, the comfort of old friends, the meeting of new one’s and of
experiencing new things. Every individual has their own expectations and views
on school, what it should bring, what it should stand for, but to me it is
quite clear school is a period in your lifetime where you find yourself, and
what you are destined to do. For me, high school has helped me interact with
different people, motivate me for a brighter future, and change for the better.
High school is definitely going to be an unforgettable memory, and therefore an
Over the last 5 years at St. John’s college, I have been
given the opportunity to develop many of my skills and qualities, which if
elected I would be able to bring to the roles I’ve applied for but the school
as a whole. As a pupil, I have always endeavoured to integrate fully into the
school, to work as a team and to adopt a mutual respect for my colleagues and
peers. As a person I believe that I am honest, respectful, I am passionate,
approachable, determined, motivated and above all, genuine. and always willing to listen yet willing to
lead. I believe I’m also a generally good public speaker. I am well organised and
I like to do tasks that I am given very quickly. I treat everyone equally and
try my best to include everyone in activities.
From my five years at St. Johns I have come to understand
many things including responsibility, hard work, commitment and confidence.
When I reflect on my five years here, I can’t say it has all been easy. From
initially struggling in lessons to broken friendships, I have faced many
challenges. However, being here has taught me resilience and has made me better
person from learning of mistakes.
Whilst at high school I have always enjoyed helping others
as well as striving to do my best at anything and everything I do. For me, one
of these roles is an honour and something which will allow me ‘give something
back’ to the school for all the support and encouragement that I have been
given over the years.