Student Leadership

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The Halley Academy student leaders are aspirational and motivated role models who demonstrate respect, resilience and integrity. They collaborate in leadership roles to continually improve our academy community.

Our student leadership focus has three main objectives:

  1. To encourage students across The Halley Academy to seek additional responsibility, and to lead student participation across the academy community

  2. To develop leadership skills

  3. To ensure that all students are engaged in the student leadership/voice process with student leaders visible and accountable

New The Halley Academy Student Leadership Model

We are now recruiting for the following Student Leadership roles:

  • Head Student (Year 11)
  • Personal Development and Welfare (KS3 or 4)
  • Charity and Events Fundraising (KS3 or 4)
  • Teaching and Learning (KS3 or 4)
  • Sport and Competition (KS3 or 4)
  • Tutor Group Representative

Please click here to view the job descriptions.

Click here for the Tutor Group Representative job description.


Application forms for each small school can be found below:

Easley Application Form

Turing Application Form

Franklin Application Form

Module 4 Academy Council Meeting Dates:

Tuesday 3rd March and Monday 30th March Full Academy Council Meeting with Year 11 Head Students at 10:30am.

Thursday 5th March at 10:30am Easley Student Council Meeting. 10:55am Franklin Student Council Meeting

Friday 6th March at 10:55am Turing Student Council Meeting

Monday 9th March at 10:30am Easley Tutor Group Board Meeting. 10:55am Franklin and Turing Tutor Group Board Meeting

Tuesday 31st March at 10:30am Easley Student Council Meeting. 10:55am Franklin Student Council Meeting

Thursday 2nd April at 10:30am Turing Student Council Meeting

If you would like more information about Student Leadership at The Halley Academy, please email Ms Williamson, Head of Inclusion/SENCo at