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Head Boy and Girl

Once nominated as a Prefect, there is a school vote to decide who should have the prestigious position of Head Boy and Girl for the year, ably supported by Deputies. The main role is to support the Headteacher and school leaders in promoting and representing the school as key ambassadors. Our Head Boy and Girl and their Deputies are excellent role models, have super communication skills and uphold our school values at all times.

 

                            

Head Boy Seth               Head Girl Rosanna                      Deputy Head Boy Oliver   Deputy Head Girl Carmen

 

Year 6 Prefects and Captains

Children in Year 6 can apply for the role of Prefect, to aid the smooth running of the school. They are involved in setting up the hall for Worship, delivering messages to classrooms, organising the playground equipment and supervising younger children in Koinonia at playtimes. There is also the position of Sports Captain or House Captain for each of the school's four House Teams.

 

Pupil Questionnaire 

We gather children's views in lots of ways. Through pupil questionnaires we identify strengths to be celebrated and areas for development, which are then included in the School Development Plan. 

 

Pupil Voice Committees  

CLASS

School Council 

E-Cadets

Energy Boosters

Forest

School

Global Reporters

Eco Committee

2M

Maisie

Joe T

Lara Ellie D Rufus Bella Ella

2S

Hari

Olivia B

Ray

Skye

Amber-Lillie

Evie

Christian

3B

Maddison

Charlie

Henry

Tilly

Betsy

Francesca

3AL

Connie

 

Molly

Maya

Ollie

Jake

Cassidy

3CL

Anya

 

Lola

Alice

Hugo

Noah

Jessica

4A

Lila

 

Charlie Alfie Amelie Sadie James

4G

Ava Kacper Daniel Tansy Maya Charlie

4J

Hayden Ayla Anya Chloe

Tyler

Freddie

5B

Isabel William Jessica Vladislavs Jools Lawrence

5CN

Megan Dylan Alfie Leo Isaac Rebecca

5S

Summer Alexa Joseph Max Remy Amelia

6C

Rowan

 

Kristian Josh Natalie Dom Callum

6R

Ben Josh Alana Megan Rayan Alex

6S

Lucie Ella Jude Josh Zoe

Anna

             
Each member of our Pupil Voice Committees was voted for by other class members to represent them this year.  Meetings take place at least half-termly and are guided by a member of staff.  The aims are to involve the children in driving school improvement and provide a forum for the children to discuss their ideas related to any aspect of school life. 
Please read our termly Pupil Voice Newsletter, produced by the children in our various committees.

Latest Pupil Voice Termly Newsletter

The School Council's Anti-Bullying Advice

The Worry Box

 

Children are regularly reminded of who they can talk to should they have any worry. In addition to this, we have 'Worry Boxes' where children can write any concern they have. This has been successful in providing further opportunity for children to share and aleviate any concerns.

As a whole school, guided by the School Council, the children made a video about one of our Core Values - Friendship, to show how important this is to us at St Nicholas.

Friendship at St Nicholas

Still image for this video
Every class used an ipad to make a presentation about what friendship means to them.
Together we learn,together we grow, with faith, love and God beside us
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