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I would like to be Head Girl as it would be a privilege to be elected. Being head girl would mean that I would play a key role in the school community which is a responsibility that I am willing to take

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Why I should became Head Girl.... I would like to be Head Girl as it would be a privilege to be elected. Being head girl would mean that I would play a key role in the school community which is a responsibility that I am willing to take. In addition to this, I would benefit personally by becoming Head Girl giving me the opportunity to develop my public speaking and leadership skills, which will be useful later on in life, also I would like to be able to be seen as an approachable person for all that student, they will be able to come to me if they have any concerns or worries and I would help them to the best of my ability. ...read more.

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Being a Head Girl I think it is important to have many qualities, including , being approachable and able to work as part of a team, having confidence and respect. As can be seen by my contribution to in the last term, I was able to continue all of my extra-curricular activities both during and after school, as well as completing homework on time and performing well in my Mock examinations. Therefore I am confident I am able to balance additional school activities with schoolwork, which can be challenging but possible for me. I also consider being open minded and also being able to talk to the younger years on a one on one level an important quality in a Head Girl, ...read more.

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a mature, hard-working and talented person, who is seen as someone with a friendly and positive approach to work, I am confident and a natural leader who would not take advantage of my position and will represent the school in a positive way . I constantly aim to perform well and provide high standards for any tasks set, delivering them within the selected time period. I feel confident that I have the basic personal and academic qualities required to be Head Girl. And During my year at harrow high, I would aim to continue the good work! I realise it will be difficult to take the Head Girl position. But I will do my best to do so. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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