14th September 2020
This week, we welcomed twelve new Upper Sixth Form Prefects into their role and presented them with official ties or badges.
Being a Prefect is a serious undertaking here at King Edward’s: representing the School at official events in Witley and the City of London; Dining Hall supervision alongside duty staff; acting as a mentor, role model and an encouraging influence to the younger pupils. Past Prefects tell us that the benefits are far reaching in terms of leadership skills and working with others. Not to mention the positive impact on UCAS forms!
In return for their service to the School, tradition dictates that Prefects enjoy a number of privileges including sitting at the top table
Mr Corran, Deputy Head, said “I am delighted to welcome the new Prefects and am looking forward to working with them this year”.
As part of King Edward’s celebrations for Red Nose Day, all pupils were invited to take part in a fun run. On the 23rd, 24th and 25th March pupils across all the years had to run or walk between 3k and 6k on a cross country route across the school grounds with their year group....