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Perfect Prefects

Perfect Prefects are children from Years 5 and 6 who have volunteered to give up our lunchtimes to help around the school.  Year 4 take over from Year 6 in Term 4 as they need to focus on their tests. Our duties include collecting the recycling,  answering the telephone, tidying the cloakrooms and organising the ICT equipment.

 

To be a prefect, we had to write a letter to Mr Hamlen  to persuade him that we would be perfect for the job. Here are some of the letters that we sent to him...

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Mr Hamlen selected the new prefects from the Year 4 applicants.  We will carry out their duties twice a week unless we are helping in the office.   Each fortnight we do a different duty.

 

Here are our Perfect Prefect team

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Here we are carrying out our duties in our new, red Perfect Prefect Shirts.

When asked 'What does being a prefect mean to you?' this is how our Perfect Prefects responded:

 

Isaac:

"Being a prefect makes me feel responsible and makes me feel like an important part of the school."

 

Hannah: 

"Being prefect makes me feel like I have a really big responsibility in the school."

 

Emira: 

"It's an honour being a prefect!" 

 

Jorja:

"It encourages me to be responsible and kind. Also, it teaches me that just because it's not my home, it doesn't mean i cannot help." 

 

Katie:

I like being a prefect because it makes me feel happy when I'm helpful and gives me different responsibilities."

 

 

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