Student Leadership & EPIC

Student leadership is an important element to the success of Everest Community Academy. We are proud to introduce you to our year 11 student leadership team for 2019-20 academic year:

Head Boy                   Head Girl

Henry Welldon                  Bethany Fletcher


Deputy Head Boy      Deputy Head Girl

Oliver Plamadyala              Emily Bicknell

Renars Lellis                      Courtney Little

The students have proudly represented the school at external events and welcomed visitors to the school, offering tours and presentations. Becoming a member of the student leadership team takes hard work and dedication which these students have in abundance. 

 

EPIC

The Everest Pupils Inspirational Committee (EPIC) meet regularly to discuss new ideas which will enhance the school experience of all students. EPIC students frequently consult and work closely with members of staff to make decisions on important matters. One of the main initiatives driven by EPIC is Everest Learning which has five core branches. The following students have been selected to represent EPIC for the 2019-20 academic year:

 

Active Minds

EPIC Leaders: Ella West, Lewis Smith

Megan Parker, Blake Scott, Ellie Oliver, Erin Riley

Healthy Bodies

EPIC Leaders: Jack Cornwall and Woody Tydeman

Madison Laye, Laney Richards, Isabelle Hursey, Ben Richards

Creative Confidence

EPIC Leaders: Rosalie Smith, Amy Mott

Izzy May Jones, Harley Brocklebank, Shannon Daly, Millie May Milton

Career Readiness

EPIC Leaders: Ryan Pennicott, Pyran Watson

Stevie Almond, Kai Suparta, Joe Lucas, Jack Darby

Global Citizenship

EPIC Leaders: Erin Mitchell, Ola Olumade, Hannah Dawson

Chloe Darby, Ella Martin, Oliver Green, Jamie Strudwick

 

EPIC students are a credit to the school and we value their input and are proud to have them working as part of the Everest community. 

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