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Charles Darwin School

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Head Boy and Head Girl

 Head boy - LIAM McFarland

I have always aspired to be Head Boy ever since joining Charles Darwin School in Year 7 and I am now extremely proud that I can represent the school that formed me into the person I am today. 

The constant support of the staff has allowed me to develop as a person both academically and otherwise.  Through the opportunities the school provides in sport teams I have developed qualities such as leadership, cooperation and teamwork. I have thoroughly enjoyed school trips: whether it was a skiing trip in the Easter half term or a computer science lecture in London, the school has given me these chances to do something  that I would have never thought possible within school.

I have thoroughly enjoyed my first year in the Sixth Form, and I greatly look forward to making the most of my last year here at Charles Darwin School.

 Head Girl - Jemma Sargeant

The role of Head Girl is something I have aspired to since I started Charles Darwin School in Year 7. Being successful in my application is an achievement of which I am extremely proud. Not only this, but it is also a way to give back to the staff here for their constant support and guidance and for making my school life so enjoyable.

As well as pushing me academically, the school has also given me an array of opportunities to become a well-rounded individual. These include being part of the school productions, attending outside lectures, trips, being involved in almost every sports team and more recently, becoming a mentor and my role as head girl.  It is due to these experiences throughout my time at Charles Darwin School that I have learned many valuable lessons and made countless wonderful memories which I will cherish and take forward into the next steps of my life.

I feel as though my experience at Charles Darwin School has prepared me for life after Sixth Form and I cannot wait to see what the future holds.