Pupil Leadership Team


At Belmore, we believe that children should be given more opportunities to prove themselves as being responsible role models and have the chance to have their say about how the school is run.

To ensure all pupils have the chance to voice their opinions, we have a Pupil Council. Children from each year group run for councillor and are elected by their peers.

We’re very lucky to have such keen and enthusiastic children in our school.  Our representatives do a wonderful job, and we always look forward to working with all of them throughout the year.

Head Boy & Head Girl

The Head Girl and Head Boy are primarily the role models of the school.

We take many things into account when we are choosing our head girl and boy including:

  • Thoughtfulness and care for others
  • Reliable
  • Trustworthy
  • Positive attitude to learning — growth mindset
  • Good organisational skills
  • Adaptability
  • Good attendance
  • Perseverance
  • Know the right thing to do and do it

The roles and responsibilities of the Head Boy and Head Girl are to:

  • Show visitors around the school
  • Intervene on the playground to prevent unkindness to others
  • Organise functions like the achievement awards
  • Hand out certificates
  • Give out notices in assemblies
  • Check that our younger children come into assembly in an appropriate manner
  • Run Pupil Council meetings
Head Boys and Head Girls
Head Boy Head Girl
Zacky Kelcie
Deputy Head Boy Deputy Head Girl
Kaif Isla-Jo

Pupil Council

The main functions of our Pupil Council is to represent the views of all pupils and to improve the school. Every year we hold the Belmore Pupil Council Elections.

Pupil Council is about:

  • Working and learning together
  • Learning about democracy
  • Learning how to play a positive role model in our community
  • Improving our school for everyone

The Pupil Council’s job is to involve everyone. Everybody needs to help by:

  •  Finding things that they would like to change
  •  Finding ways to make things better
  •  Putting their ideas into actions

What will staff do for the Pupil Council?

  •  Make sure meetings happen when they are supposed to
  •  Support pupils to run meetings

Staff role in Pupil Council Meetings

  • Ensure that there is time given for meetings
  • Initially model chairing a meeting
  • Support class discussions
Pupil Council
Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

Year 6 Prefects

Year 6 are provided with the opportunity to become school prefects to set a good example of behaviour and responsibility to the rest of the children at our school.

Logistics Prefects
Our Logistics Prefects are responsible for delivering letters and other correspondence throughout the school and providing support to office staff.
Rakeb Simi     Zain Mithush
House Captains
Our House Captains are responsible for setting up assembly and announcing the weekly house point totals.
Aaron Naiyah Maryam Aqib
House Point Monitors
Our House Point Monitors are responsible for collecting house points from each class and totalling the scores.
Reg Sabrina Ayoub  Raayan
ICT Prefects
Our ICT Prefects are responsible for logging on to ICT computers every morning and supporting the teachers.
Kashmit Sarah   Yassin
Reading Prefects
Our Reading Prefects help promote a love of reading to our younger children. They spend time in different year groups and help other children improve their reading and comprehension skills.
Amneet Sunaina Asiyah  Farah Si-Xian Mirhan
Sports Prefects
Our Sports Prefects have a key role in promoting and encourage sport within the school. They work alongside the Bronze Ambassadors to help keep all sports equipment organised.
Maci Jaidon  Ismaila Rawdo Ashmitha Arnis
Bronze Ambassadors
Our Bronze Ambassadors represent Belmore in all things sport, promoting health and fitness within school and support staff during PE lessons
Olivia Rhomel
Values Ambassadors
Shazaib Sharoj Sallar Alice    Gabi