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Message from our IB Student Leadership Team

As the IB Student Leadership Team, it is our job to lead and represent the student body...


...passing on student ideas to teachers and advocate for students, as well as coming up with our own ideas to improve student life. We have an active group of prefects responsible for their specific areas of student life, as well as heads and deputies whose job it is to lead the prefects as well as running  their own projects to improve school life. If you as a student have any ideas you would like to see implemented, have any concerns or want to change anything, feel free to contact us. Also, if you are in Year 12 make sure you look for your opportunity to apply if you’re interested.

“As well-being prefect, my main focus this term has been to bring back a sense of school spirit in these times. To accomplish this, Matthew Gleeson and I have carried on with the IB radio. We air episodes every Friday to play music performed by students, as well as conduct interviews with our peers regarding their EE’s and life as IB students.”    - Filip, Wellbeing Prefect


“Being the STEAM prefect, I strive to incorporate innovation and creativity into the mindsets of students at TBS to retain that openness to learning that goes beyond the classroom, such as through ‘Kasia’s Corner’ in the newsletter. This year, with the upcoming creation of the STEAM council, the goal is to provide more STEAM-related opportunities, such as MIT’s Global Campus challenges for Nord Anglia students that will allow us to connect with the larger community of students across the globe who are equally driven in the field of STEAM.” -Kasia, STEAM Prefect


“As the social prefect I am responsible for organising social events and communicating with students about my ideas. Unfortunately, a few planned events couldn’t occur due to the global pandemic, including preparations for Studniowka 2021, which I am in charge of. Right now we are considering different options in order to make this event happen. I aim to share all my plans with you, as the preparations begin.”- Wiktoria, Social Prefect

“As the IB sports prefect, my aim is to work alongside the P.E. department, to improve the quality of sports around the school. The main objective for the ongoing term was to look into bringing back sports clubs within the given restrictions, which will happily be coming back after the half-term break. The virtual sports day in June was also a great success, especially considering the challenges that everyone was facing at the time during the lockdown period.” – Bartek, Sports prefect

“As the sustainability prefect, my objective is to reduce waste in school through raising awareness of environmental issues, encouraging recycling, reusing and living more sustainable lives. Creation of infographics, which were in the school newsletter aimed to advise how to live more sustainably, thereby reducing each person’s carbon footprint. In the future I hope to increase the recycling rate in the school and for the school to obtain the BREEAM sustainability certificate.” - Antoni, Sustainability prefect

“I have developed a huge fondness for involving myself in student-led initiatives and enjoy using my position to incite positive change within the school by making the student voice heard, such as the recent petition for COVID-19 testing. At the moment, I’m working to put together a gallery of students’ photographs from various school trips.” -Matthew, Deputy Head Boy

“Working alongside my peers in the IB student leadership team has increased my fondness of being involved in additional events and activities. As a group, we have started playing music in the IB building every morning, as part of the IB radio, in order to make the building a friendlier place. With Sonia Doghi, we are in the process of recording an episode for the Nord Anglia run podcast “A little bit of genius” aimed at widening students’ knowledge and interest in the world by interviewing interesting personas. In the coming months, we aim to introduce more activities to engage students and to improve their daily school lives.” - Zofia, Head Girl

As Head Boy, my main responsibilities are focused on running the Leadership Team, which means that I have to make sure that what we are working on is on track and running up to date. I chair our meetings, and help with the organisation of our group-spanning projects. This year with the Head Girl, Deputies and the Wellbeing prefect we presented the IB bubble students with a petition advocating regular Covid-19 testing, which we later passed on to our schools senior leadership, in hopes that we can influence their decisions regarding testing going forward in the school year. - Paweł, Head boy

Being part of the Student Leadership Team has been a privilege. Having the opportunity to work with everyone in unison to plan to make the school a better place has been a delightful experience, also taking into account the fact that working with the senior leadership team allowed all of us to gain an elevated sense of responsibility. Collectively, we have pitched many ideas which have been taken into account. Together with Zofia Glinkowska, we were given the ability to interview two famous opera singers for a Nord Anglia Podcast, allowing us to represent the school and shine some positivity during these tough times. We hope to further enhance TBS by listening to the concerns of the school’s community, and implementing them thoroughly.         - Sonia, Deputy Head Girl