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Pupil Leadership

The children are front and centre to all that we do in school and their views and opinions are vital in the running and decision making of the school. We have four pupil leadership groups: 

 

The School Council - these children are the voice of their class. They are responsible for identifying the strengths and areas for improvement for all children in the school. They have termly meetings with the school leadership team, where they play a vital role in representing the children of their class and communicating with the leadership team. 

School Council Members

House Captains - Each child in our school belongs to a house team; Wind, Water, Fire and Earth. The house captains are made up of our Year 6 children. They represent their houses across the whole school. They are role models to the other members of the house, they lead and organise social and competitive events, including Sports Day and leading assemblies. You will recognise our house captains by the colour of their ties. 

Our House Captains are: 

FIRE - Evie & Luke 

EARTH - Rory & Maisie 

WATER - Harry & Eunice

AIR - Anish & Izzy 

Governor Representatives - These children play a vital role in communicating with our school Governors. They work with curriculum leaders to gauge what is happening in each subject across the school. They meet with other children to build a picture of the successes and areas for development across the curriculum. 

 

Governor Representatives

Environment Monitors - This team has a very important of caring for our school environment. They will work closely with Mrs Lowden and Mrs Rook to develop our outdoor learning provision. They will support Mr O'Leary in ensuring the environment is clear, clean and tidy which will include clearing the recycling weekly.  Our Environment Monitors are: 

Oliver K B6, Saul B6, Toby B6, Edie M6, Ronnie B6, Umme M5, Jasmin M4, Ava B4 and Lottie B4 

Reading Monitors - These children LOVE reading, which is why they applied for the positions. They have a very important job of driving forward our collective love of reading across the school. They are responsible for ensuring our library space is comfortable, promotes reading and is stocked withy the latest greatest titles. They ensure the shelves are filled and ready for the children. They work very closely with Miss Williams to ensure children are enjoying reading. 
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