Future Leaders

Welcome to our Future Leaders page.

On this page you can find out what our members are doing...

Future Leader Sessions

Our Leaders will meet up once a week after school to get involved in the following:

  • Discuss events that they that can help and support
  • Prepare for events
  • Create awareness/help videos
  • Build confidence and character

 Meet our Head Boy & Head Girl  and Prefects 2021/22


Future Leaders 2021/2022

Meet our members:

Our Future Leaders are a group of children that consists of 1 child from each class from year 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

These children have been democratically elected to represent the views of all pupils and they will work together to make Fulbridge an even better school.

Member will discuss any different aspects of school life and have a big say in how the school is ran.

Throughout the year, as a team, they will host events such as cinema nights, raise money for charity and work on projects in and around the school.

Some of the projects will include building, creating and improving many areas around school.

Year 6 children will be helping in Reception and Year 1 with reading.

To be a Future Leader at Fulbridge you need to be:

  • Confident

  • Hard working

  • Passionate

  • Someone who wants to make a change in school

  • Demonstrate excellent behaviour

  • Give 110% 

  • Creative 


Designing a logo - September 2021

Our Future Leaders have been busy trying to design a logo. We hope to share this with you as soon as they have decided.


*more coming soon!


School Council PAST EVENTS

Supporting learning with Reception and Year 1 








Macmillan Cake Sale

  • Created posters to advertise the event
  • Helped with stalls
  • Total money raised: £1000.05


Children In Need

Fulbridge Cinema Night

Road Safety Video

The children worked with PC Chris Freeman from Thorpe Wood Police Station to create a video to show awareness of keeping safe on the roads around our school.

Walkers' Crisp Packet Scheme

The School Council supported this campaign to recycle crisp packet that were recycled into different objects. The crisp packets are cleaned and shredded to turn them into plastic pellets. These pellets are then transformed into park benches, plant pots, watering cans and cool bags.

World Class Schools

Read about the whole process by clicking the link below, this link will take you to the World Class Schools blog on our website: