Meet the Prefects: Head Girl
Anna Carolina Leonetti
What was the most stressful part of the Prefect application process and why?
The most stressful part was writing the application. Not only was it quite time consuming but it also required the applicant to compile a lot of information about yourself, and it was very hard to decide what to mention and what to leave out. In the application you are given a limited amount of space in which to express your ideas, therefore you have to make sure that you know which are the most important things to be said.
Why did you want to be a prefect?
I had the desire to be a prefect since I entered senior school and discovered their roles and what they do in school. After taking part in so many different extra curricular activities in St Paul's I felt like I was made to be part of this body of students. I want to be involved and inspire change within the school so that the ones that will come after us can have an even better experience at St. Paul's School.
What was the hardest question they asked you in your interview?
I'd say that the hardest question was "if you could change anything in the world, but only one thing, what would you change, and how does this apply to your prefect position".
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What do you want to study in the future and where?
International Law, in the UK
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Any advice for prospective prefects?
Make sure you are very involved in the school and that you have a high attendance as those are very important.
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