School Leaders

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.

School Council

Message from the Head Girl

Hi, I am Head Girl at Robert Browning. I am very happy to have been elected to this position by my class. I am going to work hard to be a good role model and to help other children in the school. I am excited about going to School Council meetings and being involved in making decisions about the school’s future.

Message from the Head Boy

Hi, I am very proud to be Head Boy. I am going to be a great Head Boy as I have the experience from last year and I want to make the school an even better place to learn. I’m looking forward to helping to raise money for charities and being a part of the School Council in my final year at Robert Browning.

STEM Leaders

Our STEM leaders have a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. They work with the curriculum leaders on events such as ‘online safety day’. They also help to look after relevant equipment and resources. They love problem solving and investigating.

Creative Arts Leaders

The Creative Arts leaders enjoy different forms of the arts, including music, drama, drawing, sculpting and painting. They are role models for their friends and help to make sure that resources are looked after. They also contribute to special events in school.

Sports Leaders

Sports leaders are ambassadors for physical activity! They promote the importance of PE and sports for mental and physical health. They can be found supporting playtime, the daily mile, PE events and of course Sports Day!


Our Librarians work hard to promote a love of reading. They also make sure that the library is kept tidy and can help classes choose books!