Pupil Voice

Head Boy and Head Girl

The school elects a Head Girl and Head Boy from Year 6 each year. The Head Girl and Boy assist the Head Teacher at Awards Assemblies, Event Evenings and School concerts.

This year the Head Girl is Brooke Woolridge and the Head Boy is Callum Nutall

The Vice Head Girl is Gabriela Dumanska and the Vice Head Boy is Adam O'Sullivan

Role of Head Girl and Head Boy:

    •    To introduce visitors at weekly school assemblies
    •    To contribute to school council meetings
    •    To assist at Celebration Assemblies
    •    To be Ambassadors at Open evenings
    •    Meet and greet new visitors to the school
    •    Guided tour of the school, including entering classes and explaining the role plays, topics and learning environments.
    •    Interviewing new members of staff
    •    Presenting awards during the weekly awards assembly
    •    To set a good example to all pupils all of the time

School Council

Our school have an active school council with representatives from Year 2 to Year 6. They hold class council meetings each week and conduct their own council meeting every 2 weeks. The school council meets with Mrs Rizk , the Head Teacher every month to discuss issues and developments. The school council hold their own budget and fundraise throughout the year by engaging the school in different activities from Wacky Hair Days to Sponsored Runs. These funds are used to purchase equipment for the school. Recent purchases have included a garden bench, outside clock and tennis nets.

The school council also take part in staff interviews to ensure that their voice is represented at all levels across the school.

New school council members are:

  • Year 1 - Tenisha Harvey and Zak Wallace
  • Year 2 - William Edwards and Eden McGuire
  • Year 3 A - Jayden Hanks and Olivia Barnett
  • Year 3 C - Alisha Khafaf and Kayden Kubat
  • Year 4 - Katie Cockerham and Mackaiden Malkin-Walton
  • Year 5 - Ellie-Louise Russell and Harrison Richards
  • Year 6 - Alex McQueen and Ashton Gibson

The school also trains its own playground buddies and these children then form a rota to provide playground friends for all children on the playground at playtimes and lunchtimes.