School Leaders

 At Grappenhall Heys, we encourage and celebrate young leaders and role models.  


Our School Council

Working alongside our head teacher, our school councilors give their voice and opinions to life at school. They were instrumental in developing our school library in 2018/19. We very much welcome the thoughts of our pupils in how we can support them in their learning.  



Eco Team

Our Eco Team, alongside Miss Corradine are working hard to raise the profile of Eco issues in our school.  Our team of budding environmentalists have been chosen by their classes and are full of fantastic ideas.  In September  2019, our Eco team wrote a letter to our local MP to explain their worries about environmental issues which they shared with the school in assembly.  



Our Prefects

Each term, ten Year 6 pupils act as prefects and are key role models in school. They help out at key events, support the office staff and teachers and lead by example. 




Our Librarians

We are keen to continuing getting the best from  our wonderful library and our newly appointed librarians are raring to go. Having given speeches as to why they'd make great librarians, these fabulous children have all been elected by their teachers and peers.   


Sports Crew

Our house captains and vice captains (from Year 5 and 6) are responsible for acting as role models for each of our house teams. They also act as our sports crew and promote active break times and lunches across the school. These children have been trained in play leading and are supported by the staff to encourage others to join in.



Afternoon Tea

Every week, Mrs Jackson invites 8 children (1 child from each year group) to attend 'Afternoon Tea' with her. The children talk about what they are learning and share something they are proud of. The children reflect what they enjoy about their learning and also what they think could make it even better. 'Afternoon Tea' promotes good speaking and listening and also creates a chance for the children to get to know their Head teacher better. 










Pupil Voice Forums

We value what our pupils think and hold regular Pupil Voice Forums. The children from Year 1 to Year 6 are split into groups containing 3 or 4 children from each class. These groups then visit different teachers to share their thoughts on what they enjoy about each subject, how we can help them learn and their suggestions as to what we can do better! 





We also love to promote and celebrate excellence amongst our children both in and outside of school.