My name is Samuel and I am head boy at The Bawburgh School. I am 11 years old and I have been at Bawburgh since the age of 4. My favourite subjects are Maths and Science.
My hobbies include mountain biking, snowboarding and playing X-box games – my favourite game at the moment is Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2.
I have two half brothers called Aron and Lewis and my Dad has a dog named Monty.
When I am older I want to be a paramedic in a rapid response vehicle or an air ambulance.
Hi, my name is Grace and I am the current Head Girl at The Bawburgh School. I live locally with my Mum, Dad and my brother Harry who also attends this school. I have three best friends Gaby, Lily and Mary. My hobbies are drawing and ***** but the thing I love to do most is read. I have read all the Harry Potter series and have just finished the Moral Instruments series.
I am looking forward to when I go to High School buy I will definitely miss Clive’s cooking (it’s the best!).
The Bawburgh School has been the best experience for me because it is a happy and friendly place to be. Before I leave I hope to see the buddy system introduced.
My name is Alfie and I am Deputy Head boy this year. I started The Bawburgh School from reception class and I’m now in Year 6 finishing my last year here.
I love The Bawburgh School and I’m very proud of what our school stands for and for who we are. I want other children here to love and enjoy it just as much as I have.
I am also a proud member of the School Parliament and that involves helping the school to raise money and to be someone the younger children can look up to and come to me if they feel they need help or someone to talk to.
As Deputy Head Boy I want to be a role model for the other school children and to represent my school proudly and to show all the children that they can do anything they want if they really believe in themselves and work hard at what they do.
I will sadly be leaving this year but I hope to leave knowing that I have done everything I can as Deputy Head Boy for the best of my school. I hope that the next person that takes over the role will see me as someone they have learnt from, so they can carry on representing the school and everyone in it, proudly, as I have done.