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New student leadership team formed at Iceni Academy, Methwold

PUBLISHED: 09:29 25 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:29 25 September 2017

Iceni Academy principal Stephen with the school's new student leadership team, Chris Bailey, deputy head boy; Josh Peacock, head boy; Luke Johnson, deputy head boy; Jess Webb, deputy head girl; Jess Smith, head girl; and Olivia Rodwell, deputy head girl. Picture: Iceni Academy

Iceni Academy principal Stephen with the school's new student leadership team, Chris Bailey, deputy head boy; Josh Peacock, head boy; Luke Johnson, deputy head boy; Jess Webb, deputy head girl; Jess Smith, head girl; and Olivia Rodwell, deputy head girl. Picture: Iceni Academy

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A new student leadership team has been formed at one Breckland school to help get the views of students across.

Six students at the Iceni Academy, Methwold, passed the demanding selection process, which included delivering a presentation, answering interview questions and being assessed on their interactions with parents at an open evening.

A new ‘Big Brother’ style diary room, allowing students to give feedback, has been formed with school principal Stephen Plume hoping to make the student voice louder than ever.

He said: “We had record attendance at our open evening. Lots of our students were helping out, they are our best ambassadors after all, but the hopeful leadership candidates knew we would be asking for feedback from parents on them.

“They rose to the challenge as Iceni Academy students always do and we were delighted with the feedback from parents about all of the candidates.”

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