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New student leadership team appointed at Norfolk high school

PUBLISHED: 11:30 06 April 2019 | UPDATED: 11:30 06 April 2019

New student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured are the pupils with headteacher, Chris Smith. Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOL

New student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured are the pupils with headteacher, Chris Smith. Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOL

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A mid-Norfolk high school has appointed a new cohort for its student leadership team.

New student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured is head boy Hector Frith (left) and head girl, Katherine Thomas (right). Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOLNew student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured is head boy Hector Frith (left) and head girl, Katherine Thomas (right). Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOL

Staff from Neatherd High School, in Dereham, recently elected the new group.

A total of 32 pupils from Years 9 and 10 were interviewed for the senior student leadership roles.

“The students conducted themselves really well and were a credit to the school,” said Rachel Jacobs, head of student support.

“The standard was very high this year, so we had some disappointed people who missed out this time.”

New student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured are the new headpeople. Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOLNew student leadership team appointed at Neatherd High School, in Dereham. Pictured are the new headpeople. Picture: NEATHERD HIGH SCHOOL

Hector Frith has been given the role of head boy and Katherine Thomas, head girl.

The Year 10 house captains are Amberly Wright, Mikyla Oswick, Katie Lockhart and Maisy Jessop, and deputy captains are Mali Crowley, Ben Bilverstone, Florence Hall and Honey Chapman.

The Year 9 house captains are Lauren Matwij, Charlotte Wells, Grace Rafferty and Emma Leigh Beamis, and deputy captains are Brandon White, Ashten Hopcroft, Tamar Lindner and Louis Salter.


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