Senior Prefect Team

  • School Captains

    Hello, my name is Sophia and I feel very honoured to be one of the School Captains here at St George’s. I am studying English Literature, History and Politics with the hope of going on to study History at university. I love contributing to the St George’s community by representing the school in cross country races, athletics competitions, captaining the Seconds Senior Lacrosse Team and even taking part in the odd debate. I also enjoy representing Goddard House by playing the flute in House Music and getting involved with many other House events! I’m very much looking forward to working with the Executive Team in this coming year to encourage our whole community to “Aim Higher” and further involve themselves with all aspects of school life.

    Hello, my name is Jean-Emmanuel and I am honoured to be part of the Executive Team here at St George’s as one of the School Captains. I am studying Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Chemistry at A-level, and for now, I aspire to read Economics at university. The school has not only given me an excellent education, but has also provided me with so many new opportunities, new experiences, new friendships, and an array of extra-curricular activities that I have thrown myself into without fail, from sports, to music and drama. Following in the footsteps of generations of previous School Captains, I am looking forward to working with the Senior Prefect Team, my fellow Georgians and the school leadership to represent and support the great community our school is, as together, we aim higher.

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    Deputy School Captains

    Hi, my name is Maddie, and I feel very fortunate to be able to call myself a Deputy School Captain here at St. George’s. I am currently studying History, Government and Politics, and Geography, with an ambition to read History and Politics in the future at university. I thoroughly enjoy representing the School on the First-Team lacrosse pitch, getting a grilling in the Debate Society, and immersing myself in a whole range of House events, no matter how gruelling (cross country!). I am thrilled to be working with such a talented Executive and Senior Prefect Team, and over the coming year I hope to use all of the skills and passion we have available to further the community-orientated ethos of the school: that earned us the best comprehensive of the year! 

    Hi, my name is Ollie, and I have the privilege of being one of the two new Deputy School Captains here at St George’s. I am currently studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and naturally, the best subject, Geography, which I am hoping to study at university. Throughout my time at St George’s I have had the had the honour of representing Monk House in a number of events, including Drama, Cross-Country (I could not possibly forget those painful experiences!), Chess and Swimming, as well as being a Core-Sub Prefect in the past. I could not be more excited to getting immersed in the upcoming year, with all the opportunities and challenges it may bring, and cannot wait to work with all of you!

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    Boarding Captains

    Hello! Our names are Adam and Sonya, and we are the Boarding Captains for 2019/2020. We will be representing the Boarding House and Boarding as a whole. We plan to use our experience in Boarding to make it the best it can be. Individually we look forward to organising the Boarding events over the next year as well as hopefully making them something special to those who attend. On top of this we are excited to be working with the rest of the Senior Prefect Team and bringing Boarding and Day School closer together. Thank you.

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    Goddard House Captains

    Valiant, brave, an outstanding role model: a few words that could be used to describe John Lister Goddard, whose past self-sacrifice paved the way for our future. As a team and a House, we have decided that - like him - we will be dedicated to giving our all to Goddard in order to valiantly seize back the Chapman Cup. We are your new House Captains – Max, Abbie, Matthew and Alice – and we are so thrilled to take on this role. By including everyone from Year 7 to Year 13 and putting in 100% effort into everything we do, we hope to lead this incredible House to victory, whilst having a whole lot of fun in the process!

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    Grant House Captains

    We are Joe, Sapphire, Mayowa and Emmanuelle and we are your Grant House Captains for 2019/2020. We are incredibly excited to be given this opportunity and this year, with the help of the Prefect Team, we aim to inspire the younger Grantonians and create a friendly and warming environment for all. Through hard work, team cooperation and determination, we hope to lead our House to victory! We aim to bring enjoyment and fun into the House, caring for every individual and continuing to promote Grant and St. Georges as the amazing community it is! We can’t wait to get stuck into the joys of House events and would love to highlight the fact that every student has talent. We endeavour to bring out the best in each and every valuable member of the House, so let’s hope this year is the year of the Gorilla and we bring the Chapman Cup home!

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    Monk House Captains

    Hello! We are Callum, Henry, Meg and Indi – and we’re proud to be your new Monk House Captains. We’re a compact yet diverse team with numerous ideas, but as the ‘black sheep’ of the Houses, we are all taking turns at the roles of House and Deputy Captain for half a year, all endeavouring to implement our common plans and changes to better the community of the House and spurring our troop of Monkees on to thrive. We’re looking forward to helping Monk retain our status as the unrefuted best House in the school… and keeping the Chapman Cup where it belongs.

    We’ll see you all in the coming year!

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    Watts House Captains

    Hello! We are Louis, Liv, Ben and Fiona and we are excited to say that we are your House Captains for this year. We pride ourselves on our determination to motivate and encourage all Watts students, and we hope to achieve a House ethos that reflects ideals of Dr Watts: enthusiasm, loyalty and most of all, winning the Chapman Cup! As a team we work hard to ensure everyone’s equal value is given recognition and by utilising our own unique strengths, we can overcome any challenge! We are thoroughly looking forward to working together this year and achieving greatness.

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