St Joseph's R.C. High School
& Sports College

St Joseph's RC High School & Sports College

St Joseph's RC High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and, expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

Prefects play an important role in the daily life of the school.

 

All Year 11 students have the opportunity to put themselves forward as potential prefects.

 

Prefects provide supervision at lunchtimes at various locations around school,  help as Sports Leaders and run the Peace Lounge.

 

Prefects wear a prefect badge at all times.  Year 11 relinquish their duties after Easter, allowing them to prepare fully for their final GCSE examinationa and from Easter up until July, Year 10 students take over their duties.

 

Prefects’ Code of Practice

As a prefect I undertake to fulfil my duties conscientiously and politely, always having regard and respect for others.

 

In the course of my duties I will attempt to:

a) be polite in my dealings with students and staff;

b) be fair in my dealings with students;

c) be punctual at all times;

d) be responsible in my behaviour both in and out of school;

e) be active in covering the area of the school allocated to me;

f) be active in my support of teachers who are supervising my area;

g) be helpful and polite to the welfare staff who supervise lunchtimes;

h) be smart at all times and an example to other members of the school and wear my badge prominently and with pride;

i) be responsible for finding a replacement if I am unable to undertake a duty on a particular occasion.

 

 

Prefects