Telephone: 020 8539 2466
Prefects / Advocates
The school advocates are it's prefects. Their job is to represent the children of our school. They are chosen by teachers and pupils as good examples of pupils with exemplary behaviour and attitude. Advocates are role models to others and have a track record of working hard to improve our school.
What are the responsibilities of a Prefect?
As an advocate, you are required to carry out different duties around the school, these include:
• Modelling good behaviour for other children;
• Helping visitors who come to the school;
• Taking responsibility for helping the school office;
• Organising other pupils during whole school events;
• Working with the teachers to make our school the best it can be
At Davies Lane our advocates take their job very seriously and want our school to be the best it can be.
'Being a prefect is very importnat to me. You have to make sure you are great role model and set an example to younger and older pupils. I hope to make our school the best behaved by making sure that all pupils follow the rules inside the classroom and in the playground. I think we can achieve huge success this year and we will work hard to create the best learning envrioment in generations.'
'Being a prefect is important because you hvae a responsibility to make sure that everyone behaves well. Each week, we decide who the best behaved class is and they get to choose what game they play in the playground on Friday. We also have to show visitors around the school and speak to them about how we learn.'
Davies Lane Primary School,
020 8539 2466
020 8523 3230
Chief Executive - Maureen Okoye
Executive Principal – Jason Cook
Head of School – Bronwen Chalmers
8.00am - 4.30pm