• South Lee School

Meet Our Head Boy

Updated: Sep 6, 2021

Congratulations to Wilf in Year 8 for becoming our new Head Boy this year. As the new

term begins in a matter of days, we thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to catch up with Wilf!

What qualities do you think a successful Head Boy should have?

I believe that they should have a love of school life, kindness, confidence, positive energy and an encouraging nature.

As our new Head Boy, what advice would you give to new children joining South Lee?

I would tell them to try everything once and have as much fun doing it as you can.

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

  1. Every Hilltop trip - Friends and staff made it such an enjoyable experience!!

  2. Being in Reception with Mrs Gisbey - Her energy and affection made all the new experiences of learning amazing.

  3. Online learning - The commitment, teamwork and support from everyone made a difficult time an incredible learning experience.

What is your favourite subject at school and why?

My favourite subjects are IT and PE/Games as I enjoy all elements of Sport and am fascinated by technology.

Describe yourself in three words:

  1. Sociable

  2. Empathetic

  3. Committed

What achievement are you most proud of?

Of course, being made Head Boy!

Do you have any hidden talents or hobbies?

I ran 410km during lockdown, having never been a runner before.

How do you like to spend your weekend?

I like to play cricket and watch sports with my friends and family.

Who inspires you?

Lots of people - in Cricket, I am inspired by Joe Root for his leadership skills and his incredible talent, and Ben Stokes as he always saves the day!

What has made you smile recently?

Recently, I think playing pool volleyball with my family on holiday has made me smile.

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

That all good things will come together in the end.

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

To perfect the scoop and reverse sweep shots in Cricket.

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