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Head boy letter
I am applying for head boy as I feel that I am suited to the position and possess the necessary skills and qualities for the role. I have taken the time to attend several senior prefect meetings where I have learnt how the sixth form is run and understood the demands of head boy. Being head boy requires hard work, commitment, organisation, responsibility and leadership. I know I will enjoy taking on this responsibility and that I can meet these demands, and more.
I have already proven I am a hardworking and committed individual. This is reflected in my GCSE grades and AS level predictions. The high levels I have achieved show I am prepared to work hard to achieve my goals, which is an essential quality of any head boy.
I am a highly responsible and organised individual as I assist in the organisation of our school’s rugby team. I am also able to balance my school studies with various other commitments such as volunteering with the elderly, horse riding and the Duke of Edinburgh award. This shows I would easily be able to organise head boy commitments around my studies and they would not interfere with each other.
I am a leader and have shown this previously as I have lead my school year in rugby, cricket and dodge ball. This means the leadership required for head boy will be no surprise to me and I will quickly fit into the role.
As well as organising and representing the sixth form, a head boy needs to be in contact with all members of the sixth form. A head boy needs to understand everybody’s views and make sure everyone is content in the sixth form. I feel that I will meet this demand well as have a wide friendship group in the sixth form and therefore will be easily approachable by anyone who is not content. I will make an effort to make sure next year’s year 12, current year 11, make an easy and smooth transition to the sixth form, and that they are happy and confident to voice their views on sixth form life.
I personally believe that our years in the sixth form will be some of the best and most important days of our lives. I believe we must work hard to lay the foundations for our future careers and achieve to the best of our potential. I also believe we must enjoy these last years of school. A s head boy I will work hard to promote an atmosphere where everyone can achieve their potential, but I will also make sure that everyone finds life in the sixth form a fun and enjoyable experience.