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Introducing our Senior Prefect Team

On behalf of the Senior Prefect Team, I would like to welcome those of you that are returning to school and also those of you that have made the decision to join the Sixth Form here at RGS. This year we have a slightly expanded group of 14 Senior Prefects, with the addition of the Senior Heads of Houses to the team. 

Our aim is to ensure that you get the most out of the next two years at the school, both academically and through the co-curricular programme, by helping to connect the staff and the student body. Year 12 is a big step up from Year 11 as you now have much more freedom over your school experience. You have control over how you spend your private study sessions to ensure you remain on top of your studies, but also there is greater onus on you to do extra research, not only with a mind to your exams, but also the next stage of your education. However, there is also huge opportunity to get involved in co-curricular activities, whether that be playing sport, taking part in a music band, or becoming a part of the Stage Lighting and Sound Team, to name a few examples.. 

Sixth form also provides a fantastic opportunity for you to develop you character and skills. Whether that be developing your leadership skills by gaining a prefect role later in the year, attending the Leadership and Communication Skills Course to work on your public speaking ability, or by gaining greater volunteering experience through one of the many opportunities that the school provides for you. We encourage you to get involved in the co-curricular activities the school offers because they will certainly benefit you in the future. 

With the introduction of the new Sixth Form Centre in the last year, new and exciting opportunities have been made available to you. Not only is it a fantastic area to work in, but it will allow us to hold talks and lectures as well as collaborative events with other local schools, which is a great aim of our team for this year.  

Hamish Smith
Deputy Head Boy

Our Senior Prefect Team

Huw Davies, Head boy

I am studying Spanish, History and Politics at A-level with the hope of pursuing Spanish and Law at University. I enjoy playing rugby in the senior team and I also participate in the Gold DofE programme. You can find me near the Brewhouse or in the Sixth Form Centre.


Sam Murray, Deputy Head Boy

I am currently studying maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, and Physics. I enjoy playing rugby inside and outside of school and I have the hopes of studying engineering at university. You can normally find me around the Maths Block and Science Block. 


Hamish Smith, Deputy Head Boy

I am currently studying History, Politics and Spanish with the hopes of studying Politics and International Relations at University. I enjoy playing hockey for the Senior team at school. You can normally find me in the Sixth Form Centre or in the Main block. 


Asad Tariq, Deputy Head Boy

I am studying Maths, Physics, Further Maths and Computer Science with the goal of pursuing Engineering at University. I run the STEM Symposium on Wednesdays and am also part of a Young Enterprise company.  You can usually find me on the Physics floor or in the Sixth Form Centre.


William Collins

I am studying History, Politics, French and Maths with the hope of pursuing Law at university. Other than my studies, I enjoy playing rugby for the school, and I am a keen musician, having played piano since I began at RGS. You can usually find me around the Junior Block or the Languages Department.


Jacob Moore

I’m currently studying Maths, Physics and Spanish with the hope of doing Automotive Engineering at University. I enjoy taking part in the school’s co-curricular activities, in particular Rugby and Hockey. You can also usually find me around the Brewhouse or Sixth Form Centre.


Joe Caesar

I am currently studying History, Politics. Economics and Sport. My aim is to study History at University as I have a particular interest in WWII and British Colonial History.  I am Windsor House Captain and enjoy all sport, particularly rugby and football.  You can find me upstairs in the Main Block or in the Sports Department.   


Gareth Anderson

I am studying Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Sport and hope to pursue Natural Sciences or Biochemistry at University. I am one of the Heads of the Fraser Youens Boarding House. In my free time I play rugby for the school’s 1st XV and also enjoy participating in the school’s musical activities.  


Ollie Kenyon

II am studying Maths, French and Business Studies with the hope of pursing International Business at University. I enjoy taking part in lots of different sports and I am a part of the 1st XV for rugby. You can usually find me near the Language Block or the Sports Department.


Theo Davis

I have been at RGS and in boarding since Year 7 and I am currently studying Chemistry, Biology and Maths with the aspiration of pursuing Veterinary Science at University. I am an avid rugby player as well as a boarder, so I can normally be found on a rugby pitch or in Fraser Youens house. As well as this I am also the proud head of St James and a strong ambassador for getting stuck in with inter-house sports and competitions.


Krish Chopra

An investment banker in the making, I take Maths, Chemistry and Business at A level. As the Career's senior prefect, you can find me around the school and the career's office. I manage my own business outside of school and am passionate about public speaking and self-improvement as well as career development.


Charlie Hodson

I’m currently studying Maths, History, Politics and Economics and am the House Captain for Sandringham. My biggest passion is sport, and I've been involved in the rugby here since the first day of Year 7. If I’m not training, I can be found be in the restaurant or the sixth form centre. 


Matthew Yarwood

I’m studying History, Politics, Geography and DT with the hope of commissioning into the British Army. I enjoy taking part in the school's co-curricular activities especially the CCF and you can usually find me outside the maths block.


Alex Egan

I’m studying History, Politics, and Maths for my A Levels with the hope of taking History at university. I play rugby and cricket for the school, and you can find me in the Sixth Form Centre, around the Brewhouse, or in the Main Block.