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School Prefects


Our School Prefects are good role models to their peers.  They lead by example and constantly remind pupils to make the right behaviour choices in and out of the playground.  


They play a key role in ensuring that all pupils obey the School Rules and follow the "Whitehouse Way" in everything they do.  


The School is keen for pupil representatives to play a key role in the life of the school and opportunities are constantly being developed for them to achieve that.   


Prefects regularly welcome guests to Whitehouse Primary and show them round our wonderful school, including candidates who apply for jobs.



They support members of staff at Parents' Evening by manning laptops used for Parents' Survey and help run the stationery and book stalls.

In early December they represented the school at the launch of Beanstalk East at the local library.



Click here to see the Ipswich Star article.


Throughout their term of office, Prefects are encouraged to support other pupils' learning in the classroom. 


They have opportunities to work collaboratively with other pupil-representing bodies to enhance their Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural knowledge and skills and that of their peers at Whitehouse. 


Prefects will continue to promote the role to their peers and will help recruit the next cohort. They will also have the chance throughout their time "in office" to use their reflective skills to help develop the role for the "next generation". 

School Prefects 2019-2020

We have received a number of applications from our Year 5 pupils who would like to become prefects next year.  Teachers and the current Prefect team are looking forward to interviewing short-listed candidates within the coming weeks.  Please see the Job Advert and Job Description below.

Our new Prefects for the Academic Year 2019-2020 are:

Lenny King

Abigail Gunn

Miley Burke

Lewis McLaughlin

Sonjela Sylja

Grace Carruthers

Ava-Rose Moore

Julia Stanczak

Simona Vitkeviciute

Jamie Lamb

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