Children with responsibilities

Head Boy and Head Girl

Logan and Daisy

Head Boy/Girl

Logan and Daisy are both in year 6 and were appointed by the departing Head Boy/Girl  for the academic year 23/24. The children will play a leading role in ensuring that the school is a safe and happy place and are lead ambassadors in the local community. 


House Captains

Oscar (Rashford) (3), Joel (Sharman) (5), Georgia (Attenborough) (6) and Finley (Malala) (6)

 The House captains are repsonsible for everything that goes on within their houses. They take a lead on selecting children for inter school events, keep their houses in check during our house assembly, collect any awards on behalf of the house and ensure that success is celebrated  within the house. 


Lunchtime Supervisors

Daisy, Sara, Lottie (Manager), Scarlett and Angel


The girls are in charge of serving and tidying away the dinner hall alongside Church Lane staff. They play an integral role within school as they support with our 2 sittings of lunch and help get the younger children settled and ready to eat. Lottie is in charge of recruitment and ensuring everyone knows their roles. 


Chicken Carers

Daisy, Sofia, Finley and Tyler



 These four children are in charge of the school chickens Nugget and Nipper. These guys ensure that the chickens are cleaned, well cared for, they get some free range time and that they are not being fed too many treats. 



Subject Ambassadors

        Daisy                   Sofia                   Tyler                  Hannah               Logan

          P.E                     Maths



     Frankie               Wiktor                Billy                     Shakti                 Steven

      French             Geography        Computing                ART                  Reading




         Dillan                 Ryan                  Luke                   Angel                Daisy                

           DT                    PSHE                 Maths                   RE                  Science

The role of subject ambassador is really important. These children ensure that children's voice is represented when curriculum decisions are made. These children will do observations and learning walks with subject leaders, will do book looks, pupil questionnaires and will occasionally attend governor meetings.