Examples of the Leadership Roles on offer:
Prefects (Year 11)
Becoming a Prefect is one of the highest student leadership positions within Northampton Academy. Prefects are selected after going through a rigorous application process which is open to Year 10 students only. Prefects are appointed following applications and interviews with the Vice Principal and are recognised by their purple ties.
Prefects have a range of responsibilities ranging from assisting with lunchtime duty, supporting at key events throughout the year and mentoring other students within the school. They help to support positive behaviour around the school and are seen as role models in their everyday interactions.
Our Prefect Charter is available to view and download here >>>
The Director of Key Stage 4 coordinates the Prefects and holds regular meetings with them.
Anti-bullying Leaders (Year 9 -10)
We are very proud of our recently appointed first cohort of Anti-bullying Leaders. These KS4 students were the successful applicants for this important role, they received a day of training by an external company, Anti-Bully Pro who are supported by The Diana Award. The leaders will carry out a variety of roles within the school to support our mission to eradicate bullying.
- Being ‘monitors’ in Year 7 play area
- Drop in service for other students in the school to access
- Mentoring younger students who are having difficulties in school
- Lead on anti-bullying campaigns
- Lead on assemblies for anti-bullying
The Anti-bullying Leaders are recognised by their distinctive gold ties.
Further information on how the school deals with bullying is available by clicking here >>>
Sports Leaders (Year 7-11)
The Sports Leaders at Northampton Academy are a cohort of students who are passionate about sports and enjoy inspiring others to participate in physical activity and sport. Within the team we have a variety of skills and talents, all showing strong Respect, Determination and Ambition in what they do.
The Sports Leaders have trained in the SL-1 qualification which enables them to assist teaching staff in lessons, clubs and at sports events. Throughout the year the leaders have gained qualifications and experience in a wide variety of sports including golf and athletics - they have then utilised this experience to ‘lead’ primary school students in sports events and festivals both here at Northampton Academy and around the town (supporting the Northampton Town School Sports Partnership).
To be a strong sports leader requires enthusiasm, commitment and dedication, our team has this in droves and I feel very proud anytime they wear the Northampton Academy Leader T-Shirts.
Anyone interested in joining the Sports Leaders should speak to Mrs Carter-Morris in the PE office, we will be recruiting for more members in September 2018!
Form Time Leaders (Year 7-11)
Within each tutor group there are two leadership roles available for pupils which are on rotation throughout the year: Uniform Tutor Leader and Equipment Tutor Leader. These two roles are integral to ensuring, maintaining and monitoring the high standards that are expected of pupils at the Northampton Academy each and every day.