Our Children

We are blessed with children who are vibrant, enthusiastic and loving. They come from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and are committed to sharing their experiences with their peers and teachers alike.

Our pupils approach all their work with a positive attitude and show great awareness of the needs of others, not only within our school community but across the wider communities of the world. They demonstrate a most generous nature in a range of fund-raising activities and are only too keen to know and understand more about ways in which they can help others.

In school, our pupils take in part in a wide range of support groups which develop interpersonal skills. Such groups include:

School Council

School Council.

Our School Council consists of two representatives each from Year 1 up to Year 6.

We meet every two weeks to discuss issues that affect us in school and share ideas about things we want to change or improve in our school.

We get involved in most decisions made in school. It is our school and we take responsibility for making sure that every child is heard.

Class Ambassadors

Class Ambassadors.

These children have the responsibility of welcoming visitors and explaining the lesson which is being observed at the time.

Eco Warriors

Eco Warriors.

Eco Warriors help us to make our school environmentally-friendly by recycling materials, checking up on teachers and children remembering to turn off lights and machines, making sure doors are closed to keep heat inside and reminding people to turn off taps safely.

House Captains and Vice-Captains

House Captains and Vice-Captains.

We elect House Captains and Vice-Captains every year from our friends in Year 6. They have to lead us by setting the best example in work and behaviour.

We earn points in all sorts of ways and the best house each week looks after a special trophy and a teddy bear.

IT Assistants

IT Assistants.

Year 6 pupils assist in the preparation of the IT Suite each morning and report any appropriate technical concerns to the IT Leader and the Technician.



These prefects monitor the use of the Library each day and assist in maintaining it by re-stocking the shelves and identifying books in need of repair or replacement.

Peer Mediators

Peer Mediators.

Peer Mediators are specially trained pupils who make themselves available at break times on both main playgrounds. These children offer help and support to their peers in guiding them toward peaceful solutions to any problems they may have.

The group is guided by an adult member of staff. Training takes place annually and experienced mediators then develop the skills of new volunteers.

Spiritual Council

Spiritual Council.

Pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 work alongside our Religious Education Leaders to assist in the planning and delivery of Assemblies and other Acts of Worship. They also take a lead role in distributing the Wednesday Word and in monitoring the Catholic Life of the school.

Sports' Crew

Sports Crew.

The important task of monitoring our wide variety of sports’ equipment is carried out daily by these prefects. They assist our Physical Education Leader by helping to ensure that equipment is in a good and safe condition.

Young Leaders

Young Leaders.

Young Leaders give up some of their lunchtimes to develop playground activities and games with KS1 pupils. They also support local School Games competitions off-site.

Year 6 Prefects

Year 6 Prefects.

All Year 6 pupils have a wide range of responsibilities and assist in the smooth running of the school, setting an excellent example to their younger peers and being a great help to all members of staff.