This year we have created more pupil leadership roles than ever to reflect the interest, diversity, maturity and social awareness of our pupils. This year, Khadija Elkheder has the honour of being our Head Girl. Khadija is supported by a wonderful group of Deputy Head Girls, Assistant Head Girls and Lead Prefects within a larger Head Girls’ Team. These students have a wide range of experiences that we would like to introduce to you below. You will meet many of them at school events in the next academic year, so please chat with them and find out more about them and their roles and interests.
|Deputy Head Girls|
|Assistant Head Girls|
|Tania Vijal Kemil Singh|
Our Sports Captains and Vice Captains have always supported the PE department and this year is no different. Evie Singleton is our Sports Captain, with Lexie Heys as her Deputy. Holly Diver and Erica Oakes are supporting them as Assistants with Ashika Bhikea and Edith Chung as Sports Leaders. Their roles will enable wider participation in sport throughout school and provide the positive role models that are so important to younger students.
|Deputy Sports Captains|
|Lead Prefects (Sports)|
We also have a team of 60 prefects who support lunch time staff in ensuring outside time and exercise is had by lower school pupils. They give up one lunch time a week to fulfil their duties. We also have four new leadership teams this year in Diversity, SEND, Pride and EAL. They will raise awareness of their area throughout school, present assemblies, prepare events and keep their notice board up to date with current affairs and local events that would interest the school community.
Khadija ElkhederHi, I am Khadija Elkheder and I am the Head Girl. I am proud to have this role and be part of the Head Girls’ Team. In my free time I enjoy reading and various forms of art. For next year, I hope to maximise my final year at Fairfield High School by becoming closer with the students and staff. I hope to achieve this by creating new clubs and participating at any given chance possible.
Eve TaylorHi, my name is Eve Taylor and I am one of the Deputy Head Girls at Fairfield. During my time here, I have loved studying French and Biology, and am particularly grateful for the many opportunities and experiences I have been offered in the STEM departments. I have always felt capable of succeeding here at Fairfield as a result, and as part of the Head Girls’ Team, I hope to encourage more girls to take an interest in STEM subjects and to help inspire the new generation of female scientists to work hard for their dream no matter what!
Emily HoHi, I am Emily Ho and I am one of the Deputy Head Girls at Fairfield. This school has given me countless opportunities, and being able to be a member of the Head Girls’ Team is one that I am particularly grateful for. With this position, I aim to celebrate diverse cultures, to raise awareness to important issues, and to make school are more enjoyable place!
Morgan BarlowHi, I’m Morgan Barlow. I am one of the Deputy Head Girls. I am pleased to be part of the Head Girls’ Team. Maths and Science are the subjects I most enjoy. Throughout my time so far at Fairfield I have attended many sports clubs which have been very fun. I hope to help people enjoy their time at Fairfield as much as I do.
Katy HemsworthHi, I’m Katy Hemsworth and I’m one of the Assistant Head Girls. Throughout my time at Fairfield so far, I have been continually supported by all my teachers and being on the team is an opportunity for me to give something back to the school. I’m looking forward to listening to everyone’s ideas whilst also contributing my own during my final year at Fairfield.
Simni OlaifaHi, I am Sinmi Olaifa and I am an Assistant Head Girl at Fairfield. Fairfield has taught me to plan for my future and encouraged me to gain skills to be a better version of myself. The whole school as a community made me feel welcome when I relocated here from Nigeria. I hope to encourage others to gain the necessary skills to help them excel in all their endeavours. I hope that if you decide to join our school, you will also feel welcome.
Tania Vijal Kemil SinghHello, my name is Tania Larissa, and I am an Assistant Head Girl at Fairfield. I enjoy learning Maths, Physics and Design and Technology. My time at Fairfield has helped me become more confident in myself and my abilities. I’m looking forward to helping out and encouraging younger students to pursue their interests during my final year.
Summer GriffithsHi, I’m Summer. I’m one of the Lead Prefects at Fairfield. In my 4 years at this school I have enjoyed studying Maths and Music in particular and working on my skills in all subjects. In my last year I look forward to being a member of the Head Girls’ Team as well as aiding younger students to achieve the best results that they could hope for.
Haddy NjieHi, I’m Haddy Njie and I’m one of the lead prefects of the Head Girls’ Team. Throughout my time at Fairfield, I have gained interest in reading thanks to the extensive school library. There are a wide range of book genres to choose from and it is a quiet space for studying. We are encouraged to improve our reading skills, and I believe that the library has helped me to do so. With this role, I hope that I’m able to encourage the younger years to learn to expand their knowledge and find their interests.
Jamiee-Leigh CooperHello, my name is Jaimee Leigh and I am a Lead Prefect on the Head Girls’ Team. I am grateful for this opportunity to be able to help improve the school for the younger years and their futures here at Fairfield. Drama has helped me discover my confidence and I hope I can encourage others to use the opportunities at Fairfield to help discover themselves.
Alice HamblettHi, my name is Alice Hamblett and I am a member of the Head Girls’ Team as a Lead Prefect and proud to say so. Fairfield has helped recognise my love for science, gave me many opportunities and made me feel recognised. I know I will learn lots from this experience, leading me to become a more confident individual. In my role, I would like to inspire younger pupils to take more opportunities given from the school by showing them all the great outcomes that follow.
Anniyah MalikHi, I am Anniyah Malik and I am extremely proud and grateful to be a part of this year’s Head Girls’ Team as one of the Lead Prefects. I am looking forward to working together with the rest of the team to improve, strengthen and support Fairfield more than before. I aim to making the new Year 7s feel welcome and help represent the school in all ways possible.
Maddison BarlowHi, I’m Maddison Barlow I am a Lead Prefect. I am proud to be a part of the Head Girls’ Team. My strengths are Maths and Food Technology. I enjoy talking to my friends in my free time. I hope that I will be able to help the younger pupils with whatever they need.