"I love being at Magnus because the teachers are friendly and they care about the students a lot. They make an effort to not only to help you learn but they make sure to give you the skills to take on and use in later life. There are so many good things about being a part of this sixth form: being treated like an adult, being independent and having a more controlled and advanced way of learning. I wanted to be head boy because I wanted to help Magnus feel like a community, not just to the students but to the teachers and public as well."
"I joined Magnus at the start of year 12 and have loved it ever since. The teachers are helpful and encouraging when you need them, and the students are the nicest I have ever met. As for the sixth form, I have really been pushed to do my best and any help that I have needed in order to achieve my goals, has been given; not to mention the courses are fantastic in helping you learn. From the moment I had my first lesson, I knew I wanted to be able to represent such a wonderful school who have assisted me so much,. When the chance came up to be head girl, I knew that I would do my best to show just how amazing it is here."
"Magnus' supportive staff allows me to confidently aim for the very best in everything I do. Along with the strong leadership and caring environment present in the sixth form, I can concentrate on my post-school goals with a perfect balance of independence and support. Being head boy meant that I became an extension of the students' voices, enabling me to continue to make Magnus mean more."
"I wanted to be Head Girl because I love the family at Magnus and wanted to help make a change. At Magnus, all the teachers are incredibly dedicated and supportive to the students. I wanted to be a mediator between them and us to create an even happier environment, where everyone’s voice is heard and listened to. I knew sixth form was the perfect place to do this due to the added responsibility of independent learning and how many opportunities the staff provide to the students to pursue their goals."