Children as Leaders
At St Mark's, we believe the children should lead their own education and their own journeys - it's their school!
This year, we are giving the opportunity for children to apply for the following roles in school:
The role of a Prefect:
- You will represent the school to parents, visitors, children and staff.
- You will do an office duty answering phones and greeting visitors, occasionally supporting with admin tasks such as distributing letters and leaflets.
- You will be called upon to show visitors around the school and talk to them about our school.
- You will be, in essence, a junior member of staff and will be expected to take the role seriously.
- You will need to lead by example and demonstrate responsibility, being a role model for all.
School Council Member
The role of a School Council Member:
- You will attend regular meetings with other School Council members from each class.
- You will take ideas and suggestions your class have to discuss at School Council meetings.
- You will bring back ideas, information and suggestions to your class and encourage your class to listen, discuss, share their views and, where necessary, vote on actions that need to be taken.
- You will encourage the pupils in your class to be aware of their school environment and to respect and care for it.
- You will contribute towards writing the School Newsletter to inform and update pupils, parents and staff about the school council and their role
The role of a House Captain:
- You will represent your house and lead house meetings with support from teachers
- You will collate the house points for the whole school on a weekly basis
- You will update the house point chart and graph (on Excel) to be presented in assembly
- You will present house point updates in Celebration Assembly every 2 weeks
- You will contribute towards writing the School Newsletter to inform and update pupils, parents and staff about the sporting achievements of the school
Please see attached the following job descriptions and application forms: