For 2018-2019, Headboy is Anton Alfonsin Larsen and Headgirl is Isabel Atkinson
Anton: “I am studying A-Level History, Spanish, and Economics, looking to study Politics and International Relations at university. Having been at Gunnersbury since Year 7 it is a privilege to represent this school as its Head Boy. At Gunnersbury I have benefited from multiple extra-curricular activities that the school runs, including the Concert Band and the Aquinas Program. I have also greatly enjoyed taking part in the schools community events including the local Christmas Parties for the elderly and those with disabilities as well as the school’s annual Quiz Night. I have also been lucky to be part of helping lower school students in the daily morning reading club.”
Isabel: “I am currently studying a BTEC National Extended Diploma in Sport and Exercise Sciences, and plan to take Physiotherapy at University. I am honoured to be Head Girl of Gunnersbury and I am thoroughly enjoying the responsibility that this offers me. I am dedicated to my charity work and I hope to use my position to inspire all students to get involved with the many charity events Gunnersbury participate in."
Lead Prefects for 2018-2019 are Darvy Cana and Hannah Magson
Darvy: “I am currently studying History, Philosophy and Ethics and English. As Deputy Head Boy I am looking to encourage political interest throughout the sixth form and lower school. I am passionate about computer science, current affairs and law, which I am looking to study at university. Having been part of debating competitions in the past, this year have led a team to compete in the London United Nations competition this year and in the Key Stage 3 Magistrates Mock Trial team.”
Hannah : “Whilst being at Gunnersbury I have been lucky enough to be apart of many experiences and therefore I am privileged to represent Gunnersbury Catholic School. One of the most rewarding experiences that I have enjoyed is helping out with SEN’s, Toe-by-Toe. This is an experience I have really relished due to getting to work with lower years in giving them advice and supporting them in their education. Currently, I am undertaking 3 A-levels; History, Geography and Religious Studies, which I find interesting and greatly enjoy. I aspire to further my education by doing a Joint Archaeology and History degree, which enables me in the future to pursue a career in Archaeology.”