At Barons Court our Year 6 pupils are selected by pupils and staff to represent their voice on the Pupil Leadership Team. This team consists of Head Pupils who meet with the Headteacher once a week.
The Pupil Leadership Team 2022-2023
Children have all worked hard on a challenging interview process. They have written excellent job applications and have undergone interviews by the Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and the previous Pupil Leadership Team.
Our Pupil Leadership Team is: Josh, Khanyisa, Dominic and Freya.
The New Pupil Leadership Team Introductions
Josh - “Hello, my name is Josh and I feel so lucky to be Head Boy of Barons Court. My role as head pupil has pushed me to be my best and I hope you feel I fit the role. I’ve been at Barons Court since Reception and my idea is “Golden Day”, a fun learning experience so every child can work together as a team, as my fellow class mates say “great outcome of a golden day”.
Freya - “Hello, my name is Freya and I’m so happy to be part of the PLT as Deputy Head Girl. I’ve been a part of Barons Court since Reception and I am very excited to do my PLT project -International Week. I’m also really excited to help my fellow PLT with their projects. I’ve never pictured myself being a part of the PLT and I’m very excited to do my project and have fun with all the team.”
Dominic - “Hello, my name is Dominic and I am Deputy Head Boy this year. I have been at this school since CLIC all those years ago. I have represented the school many times such as in many tournaments like Borough Sports, Football and Tag Rugby to name a few. So I’m really excited to be working with all of you again.”
Khanyisa - “Hello my name is Khanyisa I am very happy to be the new Head Girl of Barons Court Primary School and be part of this amazing PLT Team. I have been part of Barons Court since Year 3, I’ve really enjoyed my time here. I have been very excited to start working with fellow PLT Team members and to present my self-confidence project to the school.”
As a Pupil Leadership Team, we are proud to say that Golden Day has finally been put into motion! In this short section about our project we will briefly explain how it works. Firstly, children can earn stars when they achieve their Times Tables certificates and there are a set amount of stars to reach the Golden Day target! The main aim of our project is to motivate us all to work together and to work hard to learn our Times Tables. When we enjoy our Golden Day we can all come into school in non-school uniform and enjoy a full day of fun activities - Let's see if we can all work together to achieve our Golden Day at the end of the Spring Term!