Head Boy and Head Girl
We would like to welcome our new head boy and head girl to their positions.
The head boy and head girl were democratically elected to their positions following speeches outlining why they would be sucessful in their role.
The autumn term head boy is Julian.
The autumn deputy head boy is Ennis.
The autumn head girl is Lacey.
The autumn deputy head girl is Godwin.
We are confident that they will represent our school well to visitors and other schools. They will lead by example to be a good role model for younger children.
Our School Council
Our school council is made up of two representatives from each year group. The children have been democratically elected by the class as an approachable, responsible member to represent them. They attend meetings each Tuesday dinner time, for half an hour. We have an elected chairperson Mikey, and a vice-chairperson, Lacey. We have a secretary, Christina, who types up the minutes of each meeting. Each representative then shares the minutes with their own classes.
- Supported pupils to log their journeys to school as part of the WOW intiative - checking stats, helping classes to track in the mornings, promoting national walk to school week, handing out badges monthly
- made posters for antibullying week and road safety week
- run a Macmillan coffee morning
- made tickets for school disco and then ran the tuck shop
- put a new suggestion box in place
- spoke in assembly about mental health week and promoted the digital 5 a day
- updated the school child-friendly safeguarding leaflet
Pupil Chaplains GIFT Team
Our Chaplains have a very important role at St. Sebastian’s. They have been invited by the Diocese to spread God’s word throughout our school and to lead by example. Their role will include delivering assemblies for the rest of the school community, supporting classes in their liturgies as well as reminding children about our bigger mission as a Catholic school.
Our pupil chaplains applied for the post and were interviewed by our RE Leader Mrs Pitt and our parish priest Fr. Alphonsus.
Representatives from Key Stage 2 are Digital Leaders. They play an important role in delivering up to date information to children in each class about how to be safe online. The children undertake training from Childnet on how to be a Digital Leader. Throughout the school year, they deliver messages and presentations to parents, staff and governors on all the different ways we can keep each other safe when we are online.