Pupil Leaders

We believe that pupils should be given every opportunity to have a voice and contribute to the leadership of the school. We have a number of pupil leader groups across Key Stage 2 to give pupils the opportunity to develop their leadership skills:

School Council

At Park End Primary, we understand the importance of pupil voice and trust the children to help us make the decisions that shape our school and make it the way that they want it to be.

Children from Year 3 to Year 6 engage with the democratic process to elect representatives onto our School Council each year.

The children who make up the School Council are an important part of our leadership team. They meet every two weeks to discuss issues raised during class discussion and we decide how we are going to help to move things forward.

School Council is an ideal opportunity for pupils to get more involved in the way the school is run; it is after all their school.

The School Council benefits the whole school, pupils and teachers, because it provides opportunities for pupils to communicate their feelings as well as influence decisions that are made within school.

Rota Kids

Children from Year 3, 4, 5, and 6 participate in RotaKids. RotaKids provides an enjoyable and exciting club for our children to make friends and actively participate in significant community activities, all while having a great time.

They meet every Thursday to discuss upcoming projects.

What makes RotaKids unique is that children can propose ideas and experience them turning into reality. Some of our completed projects include donating books to Zoë’s Place, organising a hot chocolate sale to raise funds for Zoë’s Place, crafting cards of hope for Ukrainian soldiers, and engaging in carol singing at the local care home.

Rotakids are eagerly looking forward to initiating new projects and contributing to the betterment of our community.

Head Starters

Headstart is a two-year rolling programme in partnership with the charity, Headstart.

Children from year 5 and 6 are voted by their peers to become Headstarters and form the basis of the school’s ‘well being committee’. The children report directly back to the school council on all things regarding pupil well-being; they conduct charity work both in and out of school, as well as planning well-being events for the school and at Teesside University.

Being a Headstarter really means that the children promote all things related to pupil well-being, look after the well-being and care for their peers

Sports Leaders

Our Sports Leaders are responsible for leading small activities at break and lunch time to engage children in and improve physical activity across our school. They help the sports coaches maintain a strong PE curriculum across school and help out in lower KS2 afterschool clubs. They are our Park End sporting ambassadors!

School Calendar

Year 2 castles workshop
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Bank holiday
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VE Day
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