New senior prefects appointed at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools

New senior prefects appointed at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools

16 April 2021

The new senior prefects at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have been appointed after a selection process that was full of outstanding candidates.

Keen sportsman Theo Mayell has been named as the next Head Boy at Monmouth School for Boys.

Seventeen-year-old Theo, a former pupil at Walford Primary School, enjoys playing cricket and rugby and is studying A levels in Maths, Physics and Geography.

Theo took part in a recent England men’s Under-18 rugby development camp and, in addition to representing the school’s first team, plays his club rugby with Worcester Warriors Academy.

He is aiming to reinvigorate the school community after lockdown as the nation finally emerges from the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.

Theo will be supported by his Deputy Head Boys, Joe Jenkins and Zeb Bell.

Joe, 17, is also a keen sportsman and has been training with the England men’s Under-18 rugby squad.

Joe plays his club rugby with Bristol Bears’ academy team, enjoys playing cricket and is taking History, Geography and Economics at A level.

Zeb, 16, has just won a prestigious Gold Award in the British Physics Olympiad Senior Physics Challenge

Zeb is studying A levels in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and English and is looking forward to his senior leadership role alongside Theo and Joe.

Meanwhile, Freya Thomas has been chosen as the next Head Girl at Monmouth School for Girls.

Freya, 17, has been with Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools since Nursery at Agincourt, and is studying A levels in History, Art and English.

Freya is hoping to create an even greater sense of community within the school and will be supported by her Deputy Head Girls, Bea Newington-Bridges and Lolah Rogers.

Bea, 17, enjoys playing a variety of sports and is studying A levels in Religious Studies, English and German.

Sixteen-year-old Lolah, a former Osbaston School pupil, is a budding actress and taking Drama, Economics and English at A level.

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