Our School Prefects are selected on a basis of continued good merit having consistently proved themselves to be outstanding role models to all pupils in the school. These children have been recognised by the senior leaders and their teachers as caring, courteous and considerate members of the school community who show exceptional politeness and good manners to everybody at all time.
Prefects and House Captains are willing to go above and beyond expectation to ensure adults and children alike are happy and feel welcome. They show a commitment to their learning and work exceptionally hard at all times to produce work of the highest standard. Similarly they show a commitment to the extended curricular activities both in and out of school. Their co-operative attitude shows their exceptional leadership skills within a team and makes them outstanding models for fair play.
Your prefects will be happy to help you with any difficulties you may be having in the playground or around school. The children take their roles very seriously, and tirelessly work to improve the school environment for all.
The School Council
Our School Council comprises of 21 children from across both Key Stage 1 and 2. Each classroom democratically elects one member to represent them at School Council meetings. It is the School Council member’s responsibility to ensure they discuss issues with their classmates and feed this back to the school council. Each member acts as a link between their classmates and the school council sessions.
The members aim to meet virtually on a weekly basis; their goal is to make Star an engaging, captivating and inviting place to be! The meetings are chaired by different members of the council – they discuss issues that are experienced throughout the school and attempt to solve problems that arise.
The school council are constantly working on different projects around the school. The children take their roles very seriously, and tirelessly work to improve the school environment for all.
The council relish the opportunity to debate and discuss important issues. They can’t always solve children’s problems or concerns. However, during their time on the council they learn how to approach problems with diplomacy and tact. This skill ensures they are prepared for secondary school and beyond!