At Dunstall Hill the positions of head boy and girl and their deputies are decided on by their peers. The candidates write a case for their election and present this to the school at assembly. Then they are voted in by the children.
Head Boy and Girl
Head Boy – Mustafa
Deputy Head Boy – Abdul
Head Girl – Leya
Deputy Head Girl – Hannah
Councillors are elected in years 1 to 6 at the start of the school year by their peers.
They all have the important job of representing the views of their classmates, taking part in the job interview process for new staff and ensuring the opinions of their fellow pupils are heard during decisions that are made that effect the school.
1ND – Treyvon and Aairah
1RR – Roz and Muhammad
2DB – Qudratulla and Aila
2KS – Malayiah and Anas
3HV – Rizwan and Sumaya
3RC – Karin and Rylee
4PS – Abd Alla and Arina
4ZA – Ravnoor and Zunairah
5AM – Dema H and Yunus
5LM – Keoni and Sinead
6BB – Zakariya and Noor
The following children represent their younger peers in Nursery and Reception:
Ruby Dragons – Raz and Beader
Diamond Dragons – Mela and Jamike
Sapphire Dragons – Noor and Hassan
Emerald Dragons – Alise and Mustafa
At Dunstall Hill, we are so proud of our head boys and girls, school Councillors and house captains – they all do such an important job, which they take very seriously.
5AM – Corey and Dema H
5LM – Khada and Hudhayfah
4PS – Excel and Ilyas
4ZA – Aliya and Ashveer
3HV – Pasha and Georgiana
3RC – Ayinda and Arwin
6BB – Roshani, Raz, Noor and Mela
5AM – Cher, Hammad, Corey, Caleb, Muniba, Dema H, Suhaylah
5LM – Khada, Keoni, Amaan, Simran, Heny, Vina, Amaya, Jatin
5AM – Nahid and Arham
6BB – Hassan and Hannah
Our Eco-Warriors help by carrying out lots of jobs around school, they collect recycling and keep our school ground tidy by litter picking. They have regular meetings to discuss environmental issues and how to keep our school green.
Website page coming soon.
Young Interpreters and EAL Buddies
Young Interpreters support new arrivals settle into our school who have English as an additional language. Their job is to ensure a warm, safe, welcoming learning environment has been created.