Children in Key Stage 2 classes can apply for the different roles available that include School Council, Digital Leaders and Science Leaders. To become a leader children complete an application form and submit it. Applications are then shortlisted and children are invited for an interview.
Children applying for the School Council are voted in by their peers.
All successful candidates wear different coloured jumpers and meet fortnightly with a member of the Leadership Team or Subject Lead. The School Council share their own and their class’s ideas, communicate back to the class about decisions and help to organise and run key events.
Head Girl and Head Boy
Message from the Head Girl
With my attitude to learning and excellent behaviour, I will demonstrate the core values of Robert Browning and will be a role model to other children. As head girl I will make sure that I make the school into the best place for you to learn and achieve your potential!
Message from the Head Boy
As Head Boy, I hope I will be able to represent you all with my excellent behaviour and attitude around school. I will make sure your idea are listened to and we can all work together to make Robert Browning an inspirational place to learn!
The Digital Leaders will develop their own subject knowledge and that of other pupils within the school by offering support and leading assemblies. During Digital Leader meetings, the children will try out new technology and software before it is introduced to the school, and will be consulted as to how it could enhance our curriculum.
The Science Leaders will promote Science and help shape how it is taught in our school. They will attend regular meetings and liaise with teachers, giving feedback from pupils about Science lessons. They will also help to plan assemblies and deliver them to the rest of the school.
This year, 4 Sports Leaders have been elected and will perform a great deal of different roles within the school community.
They will play an important role in promoting healthy lifestyles in the school through the encouragement of those around them to get involved and take part in as many different sporting activities as possible. Alongside this they will help ensure the school has enough, varied sporting equipment and make sure that, outside in the playground, the children are playing fun, fair and safe games.
In addition, they will play an active role in promoting healthy eating within the school. They will lead assemblies on the importance of eating well and will encourage children in the playground and the dining room to make healthy choices, explaining the benefits of these choices to the children and how they will help them, not only in school, but outside school as well.
During the summer term they will help organise Health Week within the school and will play an integral part of organising and running another successful sports day.