Good luck to
@AudenshawSchool 1st XV scrum half D. Martin who starts for Lancashire against Yorkshire on Sunday
Audenshaw School has an enthusiastic, committed and hard-working Prefect Team. They often demonstrate how committed they are by attending and assisting with the numerous events held outside of the regular school hours such as, parents evenings, the rugby dinner, open evenings, year 9 options evening and many more. Prefects are expected to show resilience and tolerance on a daily basis while on post as they help assist members of staff at both break and lunch.
The Senior Prefect team, in particular, have a great responsibility in the School. They manage all the other Prefects and organise Prefects for school events. In addition, the Senior Prefect team single handily ran the ‘can stall’ in our most recent collection for Tameside Food Bank – demonstrating their moral purpose and how committed they are to the local community.
To become a Prefect, then you need to complete an application form which is available from Miss Hopkins.
What have the Prefects achieved so far?
- Successfully organised two collections for Tameside Food Bank. - Senior Prefects have helped to re-structure the Prefect system and they now each have their own team of Prefects, of which they are responsible for. - Helped out at the Annual Rugby Dinner where they served and prepared food. - Senior Prefect meetings with the Head of Prefects are now held every Wednesday. - Both Senior Prefects and year 10 & 11 Prefects have given assemblies on the School Values and Charity.