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Meet Our Deputy & Head of School Council

Congratulations to Charlie J in Year 8 for becoming our new Deputy and Head of the School Council this year.

What qualities do you think a successful Deputy/Head of the School Council should have?

I think they should be fair, kind, understanding and thoughtful towards others.

As our new Deputy/Head of the School Council, what advice would you give to new children joining South Lee?

I would tell them to give it your all, grasp the opportunities South Lee has, and to enjoy yourself in a great friendly place.

What are your top three memories at South Lee so far? What made them so special?

  1. Going on the school ski trip to France on my 10th birthday, even though I was really nervous to be away from home for a week for the first time.

  2. Receiving the Richard Spring cup in my first term at South Lee, which really made me feel part of the school.

  3. My first sports match against another school, because I was proud to represent South Lee.

What is your favourite subject at school and why?

My favourite subject is History. I love it because as we learn the mistakes made by our ancestors as well as all the amazing things we have done in the past.

Describe yourself in three words:

  1. Caring

  2. Funny

  3. Thoughtful

What achievement are you most proud of?

In the past, I've been really proud of winning Sports Day in Year 3, as in my previous school we hadn't done as much sport. I also ran cross country for the year above and achieved the gold for my team!

More recently, I am incredibly proud of becoming the Deputy and Head of the School Council.

Do you have any hidden talents or hobbies?

I love canoeing and building Airfix models - I have built around 20!

How do you like to spend your weekend?

I like playing outdoors with my sister, going on bike rides and being with my family.

Who inspires you?

My father as he works so hard and helps people who really need it!

What has made you smile recently?

I smiled in amazement as I hauled up a big eel while I was crabbing in Norfolk.

What is the best piece of advice you have ever been given?

Whatever anyone says, you are your own person and can make you own mind up.

If you could acquire a new skill in 10 minutes, what would it be?

To play the guitar!

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