We believe in empowering our students to take ownership, develop leadership skills, and contribute positively to their school and wider community.

Our School Leadership opportunties aim to encourage our children to

  • Develop confidence and responsibility and make the most of their abilities
  • Prepare them to play an active role as citizens
  • Develop healthy, safer lifestyles
  • Develop good relationships and respect the differences between people
  • To have a “voice” and to share their opinions and ideas with others

We do this through the school council, Y6 leadership opportunities and playground buddies.

School council

Our School Council aims to ensure our children have:

  • A safe, happy and fair learning environment
  • A forum to voice their concerns and act upon them
  • A structured opportunity to learn problem-solving skills
  • An opportunity to take an active role in the organisation of the school
  • An opportunity to experience a democratic process


Class elections will be 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.

The pupils in each class from Year One to Year Six elect a councilor to represent them throughout the year.

This year our projects are:

  • To help raise money for the school by supporting the PTA
  • To encourage healthy snacks and lunchtimes
  • To develop more play opportunities at lunch and breaktimes

Year 6 Leaders

We have elections at the beginning of the year for the following positions:

  • Head boy
  • Head girl
  • Deputy Head boy
  • Deputy Head girl
  • Sports leaders
  • Y6 Librarians

These children have a variety of roles and responsibilities across the school.

Playground buddies

This is an important role for children to develop their confidence and develop positive relationships with other children within our school.  Children who would like to be a buddy need to fill out an application form so they can be considered for one of the roles. The buddies are timetabled to help across the playgrounds and in hall at lunchtime. They organise games for the children on the playground, they help out in the school hall and they supervise the use of games equipment at lunchtime.

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