Going for Gold!
Sheffield Park Academy reveals its new ambassadors
Sheffield Park Academy unveiled its new Year 10 and Sixth Form student ambassadors in a special ‘gold tie’ presentation held at the school.
Acting as role models both inside and outside the school, the ambassadors had to go through a rigorous selection process, submitting a written application and making a presentation on a positive change they would make within the academy, followed by the interview stage.
Successful applicants then attended an induction session, before finally receiving their ambassador’s gold tie from the academy’s Head of School, Claire Bailey.
The new student ambassadors for Year 10 and the Sixth Form are: Candice Park, Toluwani Bolaji, Reece Bennett, Aleksa Nikolova, Bianka Gal, Wafa Omar, Bodour Fannoush, Sana Khan, Faiad Hussain, Zaakir Hussain, Yasmin Begum, Chimwemwe Nkhata, Ikra Amin, Riksa Amin, Matthew Tomlinson, Neelam Sajid and Igyaar Abdirahman.
Commented Mrs Bailey:
“The role of ambassador is incredibly important, with each one representing the best interests of the school at all times and helping ensure that all of our students have access to peer support whenever it’s required. We wish them well in their new roles and look forward to working with them to help bring out the best in everyone here at Sheffield Park Academy.”