What they do – House Representatives by Phoebe Palmer

House Representatives are students selected from each form group in every year, their purpose to help and encourage other students to take part in school events. Also they discuss ideas about the school with the Heads of Each House as well as other House Representatives, taking into account student’s personal opinions on how to improve Hazeley as a whole. By attending meetings they are able to share and see a variety of perspectives on school and what they can do to help make the quality of things better.

For example: House Representatives had the idea to change students ties to reflect their house colours. This was in order to make each House stand out and be able to recognise which House each student is in.

If you think you have an idea about how to make the school even better, why not speak to your house representative?