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St Michael and St John's

Roman Catholic Primary School

Following the example of Jesus, together we learn, love and respect one another to be the best we can be.

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St Michael and St John's

Roman Catholic Primary School

Following the example of Jesus, together we learn, love and respect one another to be the best we can be.

Prefects

This year we have 27 prefects working in 3 groups during the year!

At St Michael and St Johns RC Primary School we believe that prefects have a very important role to play in the day to day organisation of our school and as only Year Six pupils are allowed to apply for this position, it is considered to be very prestigious. Prefects are, in a sense, junior members of staff and are expected to take their role seriously.

The position not only allows the Year Six pupils to lead by example and demonstrate their responsibility, it also enables the younger children to learn from a good example.

Every prefect has to apply for the job and their applications go through a selection process. 

Key Responsibilities:

 

  • TO LEARN, LOVE AND RESPECT ONE ANOTHER TO BE THE BEST WE CAN BE.

  • To be a role model for other students, including punctuality, attendance and behaviour

  • To wear the school uniform correctly and with pride

  • To behave in an exemplary manner

  • To demonstrate good work habits in all aspects of school life

  • To be competent in self-management and have good personal organisation skills

  • To be punctual and well-prepared for their responsibilities

  • To be aware of the needs of fellow students and be aware of school expectations with behaviour

  • To be aware of situations which may affect student welfare

  • To take the initiative when staff are not present

  • To be a good role model for others in the school by manner, dress, overall appearance and attitude to others

  • To promote the correct values and standards of behaviours

  • To help meet the needs of others by giving care and assistance to the pupils in the school

  • To assist with the dining room routines and some break routines

  • To assist with the monitoring of the behaviour of children around school

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