King's Worcester

11 March

Student Leadership Spotlight – Charlotte Morgan

Charlotte Morgan (U6Ca), joint Head of School and Hockey Co-Captain, has made a fantastic start in her leadership roles. She writes:

I am grateful to be given the opportunity to be joint Head of School with Josh. What I love about the role is the ability to make a positive impact on the school that I have gone to for over 15 years. I feel I can make a real difference by speaking to pupils and staff around the school, hearing their thoughts and feeding that back to senior members of staff.

Josh (joint Head of School) and I are also involved with organising school events and the monitors; this gives us an opportunity for leadership and teamwork, which are important skills for me to learn as an aspiring medic.

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I want to make the school the best possible place it can be for all the pupils, so that they feel comfortable, supported and happy throughout their time at King’s.

This role has also improved my public speaking and leadership skills, which will benefit me in later life. I find this to be an extremely rewarding job, where I can make a real impact within the school community.

I’ve really enjoyed being hockey co-captain with Jess W. It has taught me valuable life skills, such as decision making and communication, and has also been really rewarding to be able to give support to younger pupils.

Throughout Sixth Form I have been working towards my medical application, which has been hard work. When I received my offer for Cambridge, I was so happy to see my determination had paid off. As part of the leadership team in school I hope I can pass on all the knowledge and tips I have gained through these experiences to help younger years have an insight into a similar path.

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There are many leadership opportunities available to our Sixth Formers, especially our Upper Sixth. Monitors, Heads of House, Captains and Scholars all have a vital role to play within our school community.