At Ferrars, we are very proud of the children that represent our Pupil Leadership Team; they work hard to promote good behaviour and are excellent role models to all pupils at Ferrars Junior School. These children represent the Pupil Voice of the school, helping to make positive improvements to the school. So that you can identify these children, look out for them proudly wearing a special badge and tie.
Head Boy and Head girls
Head B & G (ID 1241)
In Year 6, a Head Boy and Head Girl are chosen as well as a Deputy Head Girl and Deputy Head Boy. They have the greatest responsibility in the school. These are children that consistently demonstrate the values of our school and have worked extremely hard during their time at Ferrars. They have a very important role in school and their jobs include: selecting which charities to fundraise for, coming up with exciting fundraising ideas, collating and counting house points, showing visitors around the school and presenting ideas in assemblies.
House Captains (ID 1243)
KaelynByron House Captain
BradleyByron House Captain
EvaShakespeare House Captain
MillieShakespeare House Captain
MunasheShakespeare House Captain
TommyWordsworth House Captain
LanceWordsworth House Captain
TimeaShelley House Captain
KyhraeShelley House Captain
House Captains are year 6 pupils who are elected each year by members of their House. House Captains are energetic, enthusiastic and sporty children who enjoy working very hard with Mr Walters to plan and run inter-house activities, competitions and sports days. They also help to organise and tidy the PE equipment and are often seen in assembly representing their House.
Prefects (ID 1242)
Prefects are chosen when they are in year 6. They are excellent role models to other pupils in the school, and are chosen by the year 6 teachers. These children have responsible jobs around school which include: delivering registers, helping the school office and minding the doors at break time. They are very happy and approachable and they proudly wear a blue and red tie so that they can be identified easily.