"Hello I'm Barney and I am this year's Head Boy at Sandal Primary school. When you are Head Boy you need to be a good role model, be organised, do jobs for the Head Teacher and be confident to speak in front of the teachers and the rest of the pupils in school".
"To become Head Boy I wrote an application letter and read it to my class with the other applicants. The class then voted on who they wanted to be Head Boy. The 6 boys with the most votes in Year 6 then read their applications in front of the whole school in an assembly".
"All the children in Key Stage 2 then voted for their favourite and I won!".
"The best thing I like about being Head Boy is when I walk around Key Stage 1 all the younger children know who I am and look up to me!"
"Hi I'm Charlotte and I'm Head Girl. As Head Girl I help Mr Richardson do jobs and represent the school.
"To get the job I had to apply like Barney described. I really wanted to be Head Girl because I had already been chosen as class representative on the School Council and really like doing useful jobs like this".
"Recently Barney and I had to represent Sandal at the opening of the Baildon Co-op following its recent refurbishment". (See our latest news for details)
"The best thing about being Head girl is you get to do special jobs and represent the school". "I am looking forward to helping at our open evening when I will get the chance to show parents and children around the school".