UK eco campaigner backed by Alan Titchmarsh part of unique Head Boy and Head Girl team 

UK eco campaigner backed by Alan Titchmarsh part of unique Head Boy and Head Girl team 

A UK eco campaigner backed by Alan Titchmarsh has been appointed in a unique three person Head Boy and Head Girl team.

By Jill Dando News

Archie Matthews, Lily Hulbert and Ginny Rulli-Gibbs are the new Head Boy and Head Girl team at of Worle Community School Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.

Tonight at 4pm until 7pm they will help show parents and carers around WCSA at their Open Evening.

All three have shown fabulous character during their time at WCSA.

Inspirational Archie, received a personal letter and signed autograph from TV gardening legend Mr Titchmarsh following his incredible eco work over many years.
He has been part of Jill Dando News since it was created five years ago.


Archie is also the Eco President successor to Head Boy and UK COP26 representative Jack Clark – who graduated from the school to attend The King Alfred School Academy Sixth Form.

Lily follows on in the footsteps of her brother who was Head Boy a few years ago.

She said: “I think it's really important that we help younger people to be aware of the amazing opportunities our academy has to offer.

“We also really want to help them figure out their talents and to put them in the spotlight and help them mature and shine.”

Police Cadet

Ginny is Head Girl after several years of helping charities, and as a Police Cadet and is involved in the school’s musical events.

Principal Jacqui Scott said: “These three students have demonstrated outstanding character, determination and people skills to be appointed to the Head Boy and Girl team.

“We are very proud of them and all their work.”

WCSA is a high-achieving and caring Academy that encourages every student to become their very best.

The academy’s pastoral system is one of the best around, and the school‘s motto is ‘We Challenge and Support to Achieve’.

It is part of the Priory Learning Trust.

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