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Hurst Knoll St James'

CE Primary School

Inspiring Faith and Learning for Life


Head Boy and Girl & Prefects

Head Boy and Head Girl





Coby - Head Boy
Olivia - Head Girl
Shlok - Deputy Head Boy
Lacey - Deputy Head Girl

What is expected of the Head Boy and Head Girl? 


  • To be an exemplary role model for the other children through their manner, dress, positive manner and their behaviour and attitude around school. 
  • To lead a house and coordinate House Points across the school. 
  • Always promote the school's values and model exemplary standards of behaviour. 
  • To help meet the needs of others by giving care and assistance to all pupils in school. 
  • To assist in the dining room and at break times (where necessary). 
  • Assist when visiting the church as a school. 
  • Read in church during services. 
  • Assist in showing visitors around the school. 
  • Co-ordinate preparation of the hall for school assemblies. 



Within school we see all of our Year 6 children as prefects. They wear green jumpers as opposed to the other children in school who wear a blue jumper. The Year 6 children are expected to set the example for the other children in school through their behaviour, the way they move around school and through their positive, 'can do' attitude. 



Jayden - Senior Prefect
Teegan - Senior Prefect

What is expected of a prefect? 


As prefects we expect the following (as a minimum) from our Year 6 children:

  • A willingness to serve (do job etc.) when asked to or volunteer without prompting. 
  • A sensible attitude and pleasant nature ensuring good relationships with all members of the school family. 
  • The ability to lead and show initiative when problems arise. 
  • To show caring and consideration for others. 
  • The ability to communicate effectively with all age groups within school.