Warwick Davis is an English actor, television presenter, writer, director, producer and comedian, and was born with an extremely rare form of dwarfism. He runs the charity Little People UK for all young people with dwarfism.
After William Turner, a British watercolor artist. The Turner Prize competition is named after him introducing modern and controversial art work and awarding the winner with a huge prize sum of £40,000.
After Raymond Mays, a racing driver from Bourne who was one of the principle founders of the motor racing companies ERA and BRM that are still running now to help continue the motor racing sport.
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Student House Roles
House Captains: 2 x Sixth Form students that assist the Head of House with responsibilities such as charity days, assemblies, sports day and House Council meetings.
• Charity Reps: Help with all fundraising – generating ideas and helping on the day(s) – collecting money for poppy’s etc.
• Sports Reps: Responsible for helping with Sports Day and Inter-House sport activities.
• Form Reps: Twice a year (November and May) the form reps are to ask their tutor group questions and get feedback to take to the House Council meeting. These meetings will look at the school environment and what can be improved.
• Academy Council + JLT: The Academy Council and the JLT with Miss Wetherill collate all of the information from your individual house council meetings and decided on the points that could be improved at BA. The JLT then met with the senior leadership team to discuss which of their ideas can be implemented across the school.