Our House Captains lead our 4 Houses:
The role of House Captains is ones of privilege, pride and responsibility. They are more than just a title and badge and require dedication and commitment for an entire year.
House Captains are elected by the children in their House after giving a speech about what they can offer their House. All children in years 1-6 vote for their House Captains. There is a boy and girl House Captain for each House.
Characteristics of House Captains:
Expectations of House Captains:
We value the benefits of operating a School Council. The School Council represents the whole school. We feel they benefit the whole community and as a school we operate as a community. Through our School Council it is hoped that we can develop a balance and wholeness, helping to make our community more harmonious to live in. Our School Council work will enable pupils with positive attitudes to exert a positive influence. Everyone will benefit from the work of the School Council.
Meeting every fortnight, our School Council aims to ensure our children have:
Our School Council aims to encourage our children to:
Our School Council should give pupils the experience of:
Class elections are held every year so that different representatives can put forward their election speeches as well as developing the full potential of the School Council to complete tasks. One candidate is elected from Year 1-6
Organising pupils to help with the library not only ensures the smooth day-to-day running of the library, but also helps develop a sense of responsibility, achievement and self-esteem in the children. Year 6 librarians carry out their duty during their lunch times. Duties include:
Characteristics of our librarians
The sports leaders have the responsibility of helping to plan, organise and run inter-house competitions and whole school sports days. As well as helping to replenish resources for PE lessons, keep equipment stores tidy and easy to use and supporting younger pupils on the playground with sports games; for example - football matches on the astroturf.
The Sports leaders are also there to represent the school when we hold events or matches at Butlers Court for example, local football matches and skipping festivals. All of the sports leaders are role models to other pupils and actively encourage participation in extracurricular sporting activities and competitive opportunities.
The Eco Warriors were each voted for by their peers at the beginning of the year after delivering a speech explaining how they could help make a difference. They meet every fortnight to discuss ways to improve the school environment, think about ways to recycle more and reduce our plastic. They also explore different ways to engage the rest of the school through assemblies and competitions. The Eco Warriors look after the school environment by encouraging their peers to recycle and turn off lights. They also carry out litter picks around the school site and within the local community.
Year 1 - Scarlett and Tilly
Year 2 - Bridget and Luke
Year 3 - Jemima and Vivien
Year 4 - Amelia and Klara
Year 5 - Gracie and Maryam
Year 6 - Meghan, Chloe and Frankie