Here at Towngate Primary Academy, we strive to ensure that pupils have the opportunity to undertake positions of trust and responsibility, as we believe that children understand values by seeing them in action from others. It is our firm belief that all pupils have the potential to become young leaders and we work hard to foster that potential through exposing pupils to these roles throughout their time at Towngate Primary Academy.
Head Boy and Head Girl
PJ and Ava
Deputy Head Boy and Head Girl
Jack and Molly
Year 6 – Milosz, Aaliyah, Georgia, Ben, Kellan, Abigail, Brogan.
Year 5 – Libby, Maisee, Maya, David, Georgina, Billie, Tahlia.
Our academy prefects are assigned to a class to support all pupils to live and breathe our core four values. Our Pupil Leadership team play a pivotal role in developing our school through undertaking regular pupil voice and feeding back to school leaders; this ensures that our children feel heard and valued. Our Pupil Leaders also offer tours around the academy for guests and visitors, and develop their confidence in public speaking through leading pupil and parent assemblies.
Our council have the privilege of leading some of the most important events in our school calendar each year. The children organise and prepare key assemblies and theme days, as well as meeting weekly to discuss how they will move the academy forward and fundraise for local initiatives and equipment for school. The Academy Council is led by Mrs Schofield and Mrs Drury who support the children in school in having a wider impact on our community through our drive to support local charities and initiatives.
Our class School Councillor representatives for 2022 – 2023 are:
Year 6 – Milosz
Year 5/6 – Kellan
Year 5 – Libby
Year 4 – Lily
Year 3 – Lewis and Thea
Year 2 – Freddie
Year 1 – Rashid
Our impact last academic year:
We want to make our school the best place it can possibly be, so please support the school council by checking for updates on our School Council display and offering any suggestions to your class representatives.
The Year 6 roles and responsibilities make the school feel friendly – they try to help me at playtime and at lunch.Year 3 Pupil
At playtime I play with skipping ropes and play hop scotch. I like to play make believe games and sometimes the buddies and teachers help.Year 1 Pupil
I like our school – it’s really good and is very safe. Buddies are a really good idea and there are lots of caring teachers in our school. The behaviour in our school is getting better and better!Year 6 Pupil