A student leader is someone who is mature, dedicated and enthusiastic. These qualities are only three of the many that I posses and would like to develop further. In addition I am extremely good at listening and understanding my peers. I will put this skill into use when trying to figure out the main issues affecting the staff and students at Willowfield school.
The experiences I gained whilst taking on an active role in the mock trial at Enfield Magistrate Court, developed my understanding of how we face problems in both our community and our school. This has inspired me to try and make a change and I believe by becoming a student leader I would be in a position of authority where I can help change our schools for the better.
My skills in mathematics highlights my ability to think logically. I came first in our school in the UKMT maths challenge, which shows I am a good problem solver. This will help me when I encounter problems as a student leader such as working out changes that need to be made by looking at data and statistics.
I have also taken part in the Jack Petchy speak out club. From this club, I have learnt speaking skills. This experience has developed my confidence which is a vital attribute to a student leader. Attending this club every week shows my organisational skills, which I hope to implement as student leader.
I believe that I am a very suitable candidate to become student leader as I am passionate about the students' say in how the school should be run.