Pupil Leadership Team

The pupil leadership team is made up of Key Stage 2 children including the Head boy, Head girl and their deputies. 

Head Girl and Head Boy


Hello, my name is Tilly and I am the Head girl at Pembroke Primary. I am so proud to represent Pembroke and give a voice to all pupils. 

In Pembroke Primary they will always try make you safe, happy and secure just like their promise, happy and secure, learning together. I want to make sure that I am available to all pupils so they know they have always have someone to talk too.


My hobbies are- Painting, reading and spending time with my friends and family.


My name is Sam and I am proud to be head boy at Pembroke Primary School.

My favourite subjects at school are Maths and P.E. During my time in school I have enjoyed being part of The Eco Committee, Criw Cymraeg and most recently spent a great week at Gilwern. This is a fantastic opportunity to try adventurous activities.

Outside of school I love playing football for Chepstow Town.

I am looking forward to the year ahead and helping as many pupils as possible in my role.


Deputy Head Girl and Deputy Head Boy



Hello my name is Bella .I have just been announced deputy head girl. I was so delighted that I was given this position. I have been at this school for 7 years. I absolutely love this school. I have had the best memories  here. All the staff are really friendly and it feels like a big family.  


We must make everybody feel safe and look forward to coming to school where we all look after each other.


I was a brownie and enjoyed my time over the years and got many badges . I love swimming and have completed all my levels . I really enjoy sports .     


I am so pleased to be your deputy head, something I dreamed of for so long  . So if you have a dream, never give up and aim high.

When I was announced as Deputy Head boy, I felt immensely proud. I am grateful to all of my teachers and my family for helping me achieve this role. Pembroke Primary School has inspired me to be ambitious and also given me the tools I need to flourish in all of my subjects (my favourite is Maths).

As deputy head boy, I particularly want to encourage and promote a love of Maths and Reading in my fellow pupils and also help develop their resilience and perseverance. It is a privilege to give my fellow students a voice. I understand that part of my role as Deputy Head boy is to be a role model for my friends and younger pupils and I will embody all of the qualities that this entails such as kindness, ambition and creativity. 


In my free time, I like to play on my Xbox, read books and play football with my friends. Becoming deputy head boy was the fulfilment of an ambition I’ve had for a number of years and I pledge to try my hardest to be successful and make positive contributions to Pembroke Primary School.