This year the school has started using a prefect system. More than half of the year group applied to be prefects and we took up our duties in June. They are a great help to the school, staff, and pupils alike. The Prefects are there to help the students and assist the staff in ensuring that behaviour is good during breaks and lunchtimes. On the first day of term the prefects were given their 'Badge of Office', the boys received their Briggensian tie and the girls were presented with the Briggensian Brooch. I think I look very smart in my new tie, and I will be able to keep it when I leave school as a reminder of my time at Sir John Nelthorpe. I am proud to think that I will always be a Briggensian.
Jack Simms Y11
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