This morning, Year 6 Class Representatives were involved in interviewing candidates (virtually) for a teacher position.

The prospective candidates delivered a presentation each on their hero and then the representatives had the opportunity to ask questions about their presentations and other others that they had prepared.

They did a great job and were very professional.

Class Representatives 2020-2021

Elections took place this week and representatives successfully elected for each class in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

Representatives for this year are:

Year 1: Joey Jnr, Jacob and Hasir

Year 2: Maryam and Oluwamurewa

Year 3: Eason, Benjamin and Ayesha

Year 4: Niamh, Reuben and Emily

Year 5: Haroon, Romessa, Lawand and Zara

Year 6: Jayden, Hasini, Jack, Helen, Annie and Alex


School Council Elections

This year the election process will be changing slightly as KS2 children will not be submitting a ‘blind’ manifesto for their peers to vote for. Instead any child regardless of if they are in KS1 or KS2 wishing to stand for election will need talk to their class about why they would make a good representative for their class and what changes/improvements they would like to implement in school if they could.

Meeting – 23rd October

This afternoon, School Council met to talk about various roles that some of the representatives could opt to do in addition to their class representative role.

Also the council talked about to whom the Harvest Festival donations should go to.

Please click on the link below to read the minutes and find out more. 


To find out more about the Leeds North and West Food Bank please visit:

Takeover Day

Don’t forgot closing date for Takeover Day applications is WEDNESDAY 23rd OCTOBER!

Remember you can apply to takeover anyone in school (don’t pick an a teacher or teaching assistant that teaches your brother or sister though) and Year 5 and Year 6 can apply to takeover Holly House Vets and Sainsbury’s!

Hand your completed application form to Miss Whiteley.