Chris Kendall-Goggin – Deputy Head Boy
‘I am extremely proud and honoured to have been selected as Deputy Head Boy for Dannevirke High School in 2022. Ever since Year 9 I’ve always looked up to the Prefects and Head roles of this school, and I’m excited to say that this year I get to become one. There is a lot of responsibility that goes with holding this position and I look forward to doing the best that I can. Since Year 9 I’ve worked hard in all of my subjects and have taken part in as many school activities as possible. I’ve represented this school playing in the Dannevirke High School Football 1st XI, Cricket 1st XI and can gladly say that I now have the privilege of representing the school as Deputy Head Boy. I believe it’s important to be a positive role model for all students of Dannevirke High School and show the three important values that our school stand for, Respect, Responsibility and Resilience. I also believe that all students should participate as much as they can in all the areas of school life offered to them. I look forward to the challenges that I will face this yea and am excited to work with the staff and fellow students of Dannevirke High School’.
Jarnah Augustine – Deputy Head Girl
‘I had always dreamed of being a leader at Dannevirke High School. As the days approached closer to the leadership camp, the speeches, and the interviews, I was nervous, yet filled with excitement. When the day finally came, and I was announced Deputy Head Girl I was ready for this new adventure in my lie, and I am willing to take on the challenge that will be thrown in my direction. I am delighted to be working with such a motivated, and supportive team of Prefects that I have spent the last four years with, growing great memories. Achieving the role of Deputy Head Girl will give me the opportunity to gain more confidence within myself alongside staff and my peers to ensure that Dannevirke High School is an enjoyable environment for all students. I look forward to the journey that 2022 will bring, and the experiences that await’.