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School Prefects

MEET OUR PREFECTS
FOR SUMMER 2019!

Our school prefects are a very important part of our school community. 

Each term four prefects from Year 6 are selected by a vote involving all members of staff.

Alongside being great role models for our school, the prefects carry out a range of duties. Our prefects are fantastic young citizens, embodying the Christian values we cherish here at Walberton and Binsted C.E. Primary School.

Meet our wonderful prefects for the Summer term!

     School Prefect – Year  6 (Violet Class)

     Likes/Hobbies:

     Sailing and running

     Favourite Subject(s):

     Maths

     Favourite memory of school life:

     Meeting my friends: Imogen, Eloise, Scarlett, Annabelle and Josie

     What should a Prefect bring to the role here at school?

     To have good manners, helping people and representing the school well.

     School Prefect – Year  6 (Violet Class)

     Likes/Hobbies:

     Football, scouts. swimming and reading

     Favourite Subject(s):

     Maths and P.E.

     Favourite memory of school life?

     When we went bowling at ‘Out of Bounds’ for our post-SATs trip.

     What should a Prefect bring to the role here at school?

     Good behaviour and being a role model

     School Prefect – Year  6 (Violet Class)

     Likes/Hobbies:

     Horse riding, playing with friends, sleeping and playing with my dog 

     Favourite Subject(s):

     Computing

     Favourite memory of school life?

     Seeing Keeley again and meeting Chloe

     What should a Prefect bring to the role here at school?

     Being a role model and helping people when they need it

     School Prefect – Year  6 (Violet Class)

     Likes/Hobbies:

     Football, running, swimming, cycling, rugby, tennis, cricket

     Favourite Subject(s):

     P.E., Maths and Computing

     Favourite memory of school life?

     Post-SATs trip to ‘Out of Bounds’

     What should a Prefect bring to the role here at school?

     Good behaviour and being a role model