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New team of head boys and girls at Norton College Sixth Form
11:48am Wednesday 2nd May 2012 in Ryedale news
Norton College Sixth Form has gained a new team of head students who are ready to take on the challenge of the year ahead.
Sange Mafanya will be taking over from Joe Sails as head boy and, as a budding photographer, he is keen to capture events at the school for the community.
Beth Fox was selected as head girl and will be taking over from Rosie Weatherill.
Beth is a regular performer in the community, always playing the comedy roles in the pantomime, loves getting involved in charity work and is looking forward to bringing her confidence and enthusiasm to the role.
“I am thrilled with my role as head girl, and I am so excited to put my skills into practice and make the Sixth Form everything it can be,” she said.
Sange said: “I am extremely excited about being head boy, and am ready to give it everything I have.”
Will Smith will be the new deputy head boy. Will has shown already that he is capable of organising events, as last week, in memory of Laura Robertson-Tierney he brought together a 14-a-side rugby match between Malton and Norton, raising money for Louby’s Lifeline.
“I will work hard, and continue to keep Louby’s Lifeline as the sixth form’s charity by organising events in memory of Laura,” he said.
Unusually, two deputy head girls were also selected. It was felt by the school decision-makers that they both demonstrated great strengths at interview and within the presentation process.
The two deputies, Chantel Craggs and Charlotte Firth, share a love of sport and both hold part-time jobs alongside their college studies.
They are keen to share their dedication and expertise with the team.
Charlotte said: “I am happy we have a great team to work within and hopefully we will continue to maintain the great sixth form atmosphere.”
Chantel added: “I am ecstatic with my role as deputy and am excited to take on the challenges we will face.”
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