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

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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.

Tilly



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.

Sam

Deputy Head Girl and Deputy Head Boy

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Bella

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. 

Dainton