This content requires the adobe flash player to run. Please follow this link to install flash Get Flash
or visit http://www.adobe.com/go/getflash
Mitchell Silverthorne, Head Boy:
"As Head Boy, I have been given a wide range of responsibilities which contribute to the running of the school. These range from setting up for assemblies to helping run clubs. I also get an insight into all the preparation and hard work that goes in to some of the major events that go on in school. This has really helped me with my organisational skills as I have the opportunity to assist. When I leave Clifton High School, I hope to join the Royal Navy as a mine clearance diver."
Georgie Agar, Head Girl:
"Being elected Head Girl has helped me to become more active in the school community, working with pupils, teaching staff and support staff. I enjoy giving tours to prospective families and helping out with the younger pupils through Peer Support and prep lunches. I also enjoy supporting the school staff at various events and assisting in the general running of the school. After leaving Clifton High I hope to study psychology at university."
Deputies and Sixth Form Committee:
"The increase in responsibilities is both satisfying and challenging. This role has helped prepare us for life at university and in the real world. We have gained many skills, both social and intellectual, and will be using these in order to organise many events in the future months. Working in such a close team has allowed us to grow in confidence and we are thoroughly enjoying the experience."