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Sir John Heron Primary School

Together we learn. Together we achieve.


Our Prefects 2021-22


Head Girl - Ayaat 

Head Boy - Sulaiman

Deputy Head Girl - Faatima

Deputy Head Boy - Hashim


Prefects - 

Soriaya, Amarah, Hana, Thisha, Fadeelah, Niladri, Jibreel, Maten, Tahmid and Kayla


Hello!  We're your prefects for the year.


In order to become a prefect we had to complete an application form which explained how we would satisfy the person and job specification, then sit an interview with Miss Werrin and a selection of the previous year's prefects and then find out if we were successful!


Our role within school is to lead by example by being active and enthusiastic members of our school community, taking on roles such as being Studdy Buddies, managing the breaktime milk, leading achievement assemblies and showing visitors around school. We've now developed our role to include journalism so you'll see that on our pages we've given our opinion on a news article that has captured our attention. If there's anything that happening in the news at the moment that you feel that we should raise awareness about, please just let up know and we'll add an article about it to our reading list! 

Latest News

We're looking forward to UK Parliament Week which is from 1-8 November.

In Key Stage 1 and 2, we'll be researching some key people who have influenced UK politics:


Person 1

Person 2

Person 3

Yr 2

Eniola Aluko

Anne-Marie Imafidon

Anne Begg

Yr 3

Claudia Jones

Brenda Hale

Jane Campbell

Yr 4

Bernie Grant

Emily Wilding Davison 

Ben Purse

Yr 5

Lord Learie Constantine

Barbara Castle

Rosa May Billinghurst

Yr 6

Olaudah Equiano

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Alf Morris

How many of them have you heard of?


In EYFS and Year 1, we've given the children the challenge of creating their own version of this iconic landmark: 

Can you tell why we chose it?


At Sir John Heron, we're proud to be part of a community which celebrates both reading and positive mental health and in order to to raise awareness of World Mental Health day, our prefects took their love of reading to each class in school to read the children a story which linked to issues to do with mental health whether moments in life which can impact the way we feel, or ways in which to manage feelings that we have.