Flixton Girls Council Leadership Elections

Posted at 11:18 am on 14th June, 2022

At Flixton Girls School we pride ourselves on providing all our students with opportunities to allow them to influence the world in which they live. For this reason, we offer a route for students to collaborate and influence change within the school, through our Flixton Girls Council (FGC). 

FGC leadership team is a staff and study body, elected team of year 12 students who put themselves forward for a variety of Committee Officers role, including President and Vice President.  

This year’s application process involved a rigorously detailed written application, from which shortlisting took place. The remaining candidates were then asked to outline their ‘vision’, for FGS over the forth coming year, in a short video presentation. Formal interviews were then hosted by a panel of staff, which included Mrs Trussell, Headteacher.

All our applicants made the decision of the panel very difficult, but after thorough review the panel announced the Flixton Girls Council team.

Congratulations to: 

President

Selkie Huk

Vice President - Equality & Diversity

Hannah Derradji

Vice President - Health & Wellbeing

Ellie Cox

Equality & Diversity Ambassador

Illhan Hassan

Equality & Diversity Ambassador

Maryam Ishaque

Equality & Diversity Ambassador

Zunairah Mazhar

Equality & Diversity Ambassador

Laiba Khan

Equality & Diversity Ambassador

Tyler Messado

Sport & Participation Ambassador

Gabby Murray

Sport & Participation Ambassador

Isabelle Frain

Learning Environment Ambassador

Iqra Ahmed

Transition Ambassador

Katelin Whyne

 

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Selkie Huk was elected President and will oversee all aspects of the student council, reporting to Headteacher and ensuring all students have their voices heard.

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Hannah Derradji as Vice President for Equality & Diversity and Selkie’s right hand person assisting in the overall running, planning of activities.

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Ellie Cox, as Vice President for Health & Wellbeing and will also act as Seklie’s right hand person assisting in the overall running, planning of activities.

 

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Zunairah Mazhar, Equality & Diversity Ambassador, in conjunction with colleagues is responsible for Culture ambassadors, leadership of HWB culture day and assemblies.

 

 

 

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Illhan Hassan, Equality & Diversity Ambassador, in conjunction with colleagues is responsible for Culture ambassadors, leadership of HWB culture day and assemblies.

 

 

 

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Laiba Khan, Equality & Diversity Ambassador, in conjunction with colleagues is responsible for Culture ambassadors, leadership of HWB culture day and assemblies.

 

 

 

 

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Tyler Messado, Equality & Diversity Ambassador, in conjunction with colleagues is responsible for Culture ambassadors, leadership of HWB culture day and assemblies.

 

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Maryam Ishaque, Equality & Diversity Ambassador, in conjunction with colleagues is responsible for Culture ambassadors, leadership of HWB culture day and assemblies.

 

 

 

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Isabelle Frain, Sport and Participation Ambassador – her role, in conjunction with colleagues is to increase whole school sport and participation experiences, including lunchtime activities and promotion of wellbeing.

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Gabby Murray, Sport and Participation Ambassador – her role, in conjunction with colleagues is to increase whole school sport and participation experiences, including lunchtime activities and promotion of wellbeing.

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Iqra Ahmed, Learning Environment Ambassador – oversee the improvement of learning environments around the school site and meet regularly with Ecology reps.

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Katelin Whyne, Transition Ambassador – deliver transition activities for year 6 into year 7 students and step up to Sixth Form.

Mrs Trussell commented: ‘Thanks so much to everyone who took part with the FGC elections. Following a rigorous and impressive selection process, I am thrilled to announce the finalised FGC and JLT roles for 2022-23.  Congratulations to all students selected you are fantastic role models and are really passionate about driving forward change and growing the school!’ 

Junior Leadership positions are:

Position

Frank

Keller

Parks

House Captain

Jasmine Douglas

Isobel Newby

Eva Heggs

Vice House Captain

Lucy Mollit

Shenai Nelson-Gibson

Anna Gilbody

Culture Rep

Meriam Kerar

 

Amarachi Ezekiel

Culture Prefect

 

 

Tracy Sandy

Culture Prefect

 

 

Jessica Bargh

HWB Ambassador

 

 

Hattie Seaton

HWB Ambassador

 

 

Amelia Lockett

HWB Rep

Fareedah Bakare

Erin Nibu

Amber Rafter

HWB Prefect

 

 

Lucy Farrell

Sports Captain

Daisy Clarke

Emily Ackerman

Lara Cordwell

Vice Sports Captain

 

 

Evie Mae Jones

Ecology Rep

Daisy Gibbon

Quiyu Deng

Surel  Hilton

 

We are all very proud of all the applicants’ efforts in putting themselves forward for these highly sort after roles. We are looking forward to working together to bring about changes put forward by our student body. Congratulations to all those who took part in the process and especially to those who gained their posting for 2022/23.