School Captains 2018 - 2019
Dylan Kumar 6M and Lucy Hook 6C
This year we had an amazing 17 children put themselves forward for the role of school captain. Year 6 voted in the first round and the top 6 children got through to the whole school assembly round. The whole school voted on Monday 24th September and our school captains for 2018 are Lucy Hook from 6C and Dylan Kumar from 6M. The presentations were exceptional and all the children who participated should be very proud of themselves
I am very much looking forward to working with Lucy and Dylan this year.
House Captains 2018 - 2019
RED - Oliver Scott 6M & Emily Payne 6C
BLUE - Aimee Bacon 6M & Harrison Stringer-Millard 6C
GREEN - Ruby Satchell 6M & Dylan Phillips 6C
YELLOW - Harrison Smith 6M & Bethany Boyce 6C
Pupil Leadership Team 2018 - 2019
As part of the Pupil Leadership Team they support the teachers and all other members of staff to find ways of improving the school experience for all pupils. Their role will includes looking at the teaching and learning that goes on in classrooms as well as the more general aspects of life at school. They are the representative for all pupils to enable them to have a say in improving their own education and developing new ideas for the future.
Prefects - Spring Term 2019
|Amelia Green||Louisa Burton|
|Orean Brown||Abby Salmon|
|Poppy Lewis||Abby Morrow|
|Charlie Pocock||Ellis Moss|
|Henry Bilton||Liam Jakabfi|
|Jack Felix||Harrison Stringer-Millard|
This is a democratic group who are elected by their peers. Children interested in representing their class gave a talk which was presented to the class as to why they were good for the role. Votes were cast by their peer group and two children were elected per class from years 2 to 6.
Their main roles are to improve and develop links with the local community, supporting PTA events, fund raise for chosen charities, using their role to ensure children's ideas and suggestions are heard.
In Young Leaders we play with little KS1 children. It is really exciting when you first put on a Young Leaders T-Shirt and carry the equipment out onto the top playground. We play many games like "What’s the time Mr Wolf" and parachute games like "Cat and Mouse". It is an absolute joy to see the happiness on the younger children’s faces, to see them laugh when running under the parachute, to see them scream when running away from the wolf. It is a big responsibility to see that everybody is happy but it is worth it. This is why I love being a Young Leader. Every Friday I get excited about Young Leaders.
Being a peer mediator is a very important job. A peer mediator keeps people safe. They make sure there are no fights or fall outs during playtime and lunchtime. If you have a problem, come and see a year 5 in a red hat. I like being a peer mediator because I like other people to make friends.