Meet our Sixth Form Head Girland Head Boy. Ella and Jack give their answers in this Q&A.
1. When did you join Richard Rose Central Academy and where from?
Ella: I joined Richard Rose Central Academy in 2014 from Inglewood Junior School. I have been at RRCA since year 7 and decided to stay on at Richard Rose Sixth Form after year 11.
Jack: I came from Inglewood too and have been here year all the way through Year 7 through 13.
2. What do you enjoy the most at Ricard Rose Sixth Form (RRSF)?
Jack: History is my favourite subject since I find it the most interesting to learn about all the different individuals throughout time and key events long with the impacts, they had.
Ella: I like all of the subjects that I study at RRSF but my favourite is Chemistry, as although it is difficult I find it very interesting. Alongside all of my subjects, some of my other favourite things are my teachers and how supportive and helpful they are.
3. What are you hoping to achieve in your new role as Head Boy or Girl?
Jack: As Head Boy I hope to achieve an environment where everyone can get the best they can out of school like I have; so if someone has something they want changed I'll be more than happy to try and sort it for them.
Ella: In my role as head girl I would really like to be involved in some decisions and making changes within Sixth Form. I was really excited at the opportunity as I would like to help those moving from Year 11 into Sixth Form feel comfortable in the transition and to answer any questions that they might have.
4. What do you enjoy the most outside of school?
Ella: Outside of school, I have some hobbies which include baking, crafting, watching films, spending time with friends and family and reading.
Jack: Outside of school I enjoy gaming on my PC as well as reading comic books and anything about superheroes catches my interest.
5. What do you want to do when you leave RRSF?
Jack: When I leave RRSF I hope to go to university to study Roman and Greek classics.
Ella: After leaving RRSF I hope to go to university to study Biochemistry.
6. What do you want to do when you’re older?
Ella: I have always been unsure about what I would like to do when I’m older. I am really interested in biology and chemistry so after university I would like to either go into medical biochemistry or into sustainability.
Jack: When I'm older I want to be a teacher of History or Classics
7. Why should I choose to study at RRSF?
Jack: I think you should choose RRSF because the teachers are what makes it for me - since they are either teachers you may have already had and if not, rest assured they are all phenomenal! They all try even harder to push you to produce your absolute best work.
Ella: You should choose to study at RRSF as there are lots of great subject options with kind, supportive and helpful teachers. Sixth Form gives you more responsibility and the option to choose subjects which you enjoy and want to pursue further.
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