Heads up for students

St Mary’s College in Crosby has appointed students to the key roles of head girl and head boy for the new school year.

New head girl Isabelle Bond takes up the post after spending her entire school life at St Mary’s, progressing from the college’s preparatory school The Mount to the senior school and then the sixth form.

Isabelle is a member of the St Mary’s Symphony Orchestra, chamber choir and show choir and – away from school – the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Southport Orchestra. She is also actively involved in hockey, drama and the school’s combined cadet force.

Isabelle commented: “Being head girl will be a great opportunity to give something back to the school that has provided me with so many amazing opportunities over the years.”

Meanwhile, 17-year-old George Seddon-Roberts is the new head boy at St Mary’s. George is another talented young performer, taking part in drama productions and singing with the chamber choir and show choir.

George said: “Being head boy will give me the platform to play a larger role within the St Mary’s community and I’m really looking forward to the year ahead.”

St. Mary’s principal Mike Kennedy says Isabelle and George have done extremely well to have been appointed to these prestigious positions following a rigorous selection process.

Mr Kennedy said: “Isabelle and George are ideally suited to these important roles and have all the attributes required to make a very significant contribution to life at St Mary’s over the coming school year.”

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