Pupil Leadership Team
Meet our Academy Leaders
Here at Towngate Primary Academy, we believe that pupils should have the opportunity to undertake positions of trust and responsability, as we believe that children understand values by seeing them in action from others. It is our firm belief that all pupils have the potential to become young leaders and we strive to foster that potential through exposing pupils to these roles throughout their time at primary school.
Head Boy and Head Girl
Robbie & Ruby
Deputy Head Boy and Head Girl
Ellis & Amy
This year, our head boy, head girl and deputies have had an important role in holding our virtual celebration assembly each week; an opportunity for each class to share their learning and experiences from throughout the week and the class teacher to share who they have selected for their 'Star of the Week' award.
Ashleigh, Fin, Ethan, Amelia, Eliza, Esme, Emmie, Lucie, Grace
Our academy prefects have been busy this term collecting pupil voice and developing our lunch time provision. They play a pivotal role in organising events within school and meet with visitors to represent our academy.
Phoebe, Lois, Aila, Jack, Eva, Krystal, Set, Lexie
Our council have held the important role of celebrating key events this year such as the Harvest Festival and Remebrance Day. The council meet weekly to discuss how they will move the academy foward and fundraise for local initiatives and equipment for school. Take a look on our school council page here for more information. School Council
Pupils' views on our Academy Leaders:
"The Year 6 roles and responsibilities make the school feel friendly - they try to help me at playtime and at lunch." Year 3 pupil.
"At playtime I play with skipping ropes and play hop scotch. I like to play make believe games and sometimes the buddies and teachers help." Year 1 pupil.
"I like our school - it's really good and is very safe. Buddies are a really good idea and there are lots of caring teachers in our school. The behaviour in our school is getting better and better!" Year 6 pupil.