There are many ways the girls can show leadership qualities. In the Sixth Form we have a Head Girl and two Deputy Head Girls. These positions are applied for and the girls are interviewed by senior staff and the Headmistress. There are weekly meetings between the Head Girls, the Headmistress and the two Deputies in which all matters of importance to the school community are discussed.
There are seven other prefects chosen from the Upper Sixth who help to organise school events, take prospective parents on tours of the school and generally assist staff with the smooth running of the school.
The Upper Sixth girls supervise study for the youngest year groups and maintain order in the library and the ICT rooms in the evenings. They are also given the choice of being Eucharistic ministers.
In the Lower Sixth girls are elected by their House staff and girls to the positions of House Captains and Deputy House Captains. There are also opportunities for leadership by taking on roles such as House Liturgist, Art Coordinator or Treasurer, House Sports, Drama or Music Captain, Tutor Monitor or L6 play directors.
There are regularly meeting committees which allow girls from all ages to participate in discussions and to be responsible for the collection of information from and dissemination to their year groups:
The School Council- chaired by the Head girls in the presence of the Headmistress and the Pastoral Deputy.
The Food Committee- chaired by the Pastoral Deputy.
The Charities Committee- chaired by the Assistant Pastoral Deputy.