At High Tunstall we pride ourselves on the involvement of students in all developmental areas of College life. The key aim of Personal Development is to encourage greater: Awareness; Action; and Appreciation. Therefore, students taking an active role in the College Life is at the forefront of our ethos and values.
This section details Student Leadership opportunities and how students can become involved:
Student Leadership Structure:
The High Tunstall Student Leadership structure is four-pronged structure. The elements are:
- The Student Cabinet – This is the executive body made up of the Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy, and Deputy Head Girl. They each bring to the table the priorities they were elected on and prioritise as a team, these policies, over the academic year working with other College change-makers such as SLT and Governors.
- The Student Teams – These are teams made up of prefects whose role it is to do further research and then plan work and enact policies around particular areas of College life. These areas include: Environment; Rewards; Welfare; Evenings and Events; Communications; The Independent Learning Hub; and Student Voice.
- The House Councils – These are the devolved teams within the 4 Houses at HTCS. Among their roles, they plan and deliver work for the House and the House Leader, they collate whole-school student voice and they support the policies of the Cabinet and Student Teams.
- Student Voice – This is the whole student population and how they democratically feed into the system. Student Voice is gained in a variety of ways but is the essential part of the Colleges policy development.