Small School – Big Family
Head Boy / Head Girl
We have a head boy and head girl and they are the public voice and face of the school when visitors come or when representing the school at different events. Their role is also to be role models to the rest of the school.
Nadeen School mentors are a helpful group of our year 6s. Their role is to be behaviour role models to the rest of the school and have areas of responsibility such as behaviour in assembly or being good playtime buddies. They are confident children who are approachable for any other child to speak to.
Our School Council are an active voice in our school. The council is made up of an elected representative from each class in KS1 and KS2 and their primary role is to communicate ideas and feedback between the classes and the senior leaders of the school. It is also their duty to organise and run school events, such as discos, visitors to the school, talent show, etc. and to raise money for the school or for local and international charities through organising fundraising days or activities and running stalls at these events. They take their role seriously, led by their student leaders, and provide an important pupil voice in our school.
We have ducks and chickens in our school farm and we have year 6 ‘chicken wranglers’, whose responsibility it is to feed them and collect the eggs. They sell these organic eggs on a weekly basis at the school gate and the money raised from these sales goes back into the business to pay for the feed, etc. The children are responsible for keeping the accounts for this business.
Planet Protectors of Nadeen
The “Planet Protectors of Nadeen“ is a pupil-led environmental group where the children of today are encouraged to be the leaders of tomorrow. The children identify and investigate areas of environmental concern and help raise awareness among our school community. They “become the difference” to make a difference for all our futures. They truly are the voice of our planet.