Headfield School

Headfield C of E Junior School

“Good teaching ensures that learning gets off to a good start. This continues as they move through school.”
                                                   Ofsted July 2015

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Welcome from our Head Boy and Head Girl 2019-2020

 

Following a rigorous application process at the end of summer term 2019 where a letter of application was submitted, followed by shortlisting, an interview and a presentation we are delighted to share our Head Boy Zakariya and Head Girl Lailaa.  These are the most prestigious roles in school, an aspiration for younger children to aim for and we were overwhelmed during the interview process with their passion and drive for Headfield School and every child who belongs here. 

 

Hello! My name is Lailaa (Head Girl). Throughout this academic year Zak and I will always be wearing our blazers and badges so you will be able to recognise us. If you, the children of Headfield, ever have any problems, worries or troubles you can always come to us for help or advice. The prefects and I will be on hand every day at school and in the playground (usually on the top muga). On certain days we have duties so if you get hurt then come to us and we will lead you to the teacher. We are always around to help. Thank you!’

Hello, my name is Zakariya and I represent Headfield as Head Boy. To be recognised we wear blazers and a badge. We will be at your assistance anytime in school so if you have any minor problems come to us and we will inform the teachers. When you need us go to the glass doors off the middle playground. Thank you!’

Our Prefect Team 

 

Zak and Lailaa are supported by a fabulous team of prefects who all hold additional responsibilities and duties through the school day. The prefect team were chosen by their class teachers in Year 5 for being ‘always children’ who always treat others with respect and dignity, always work hard, are always great role models to other children, can always be relied upon and always make the most of school life. You can spot them around school with their smart blazers.